How will the Boston Celtics fill out the rest of their roster for the 2022-23 season?

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How will the Boston Celtics fill out the rest of their roster for the 2022-23 NBA season? Three regular roster spots are open and the team has need for backup big men and wings. That should give us an idea of what sorts of players they might be looking to add, as can the camp deals of Bruno Caboclo and Noah Vonleh, two younger but experienced centers who will compete for a roster spot with Boston this season.

But what about wing depth? Are players Matt Ryan and Brodric Thomas going to end up on other teams despite solid showings in Las Vegas Summer League?

The host of the CLNS Media “Winning Plays” podcast, Brian Robb, was joined by Celtics Hub’s Brendan Jackson to talk about what Boston might do to finish its team building with title contention as the season’s goal.

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