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Would Danny Ainge have made the moves for the Boston Celtics that Brad Stevens has?

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Would Danny Ainge have made the moves for the Boston Celtics that Brad Stevens has? While both have undoubtedly been successful in their own way building championship contenders in the past, what Stevens has done in such a short time has been nothing short of impressive given the seemingly mired state of the franchise at the time of Ainge’s departure.

WEEI broadcaster Brian Barrett joins cohost Evan Valenti on the CLNS Media “Celtics Beat” podcast to reflect on Stevens’ moves from the Malcolm Brogdon, Derrick White, and Al Horford trades.

They then try to answer the fair question of whether Danny Ainge was holding the Celtics back while he was team president — or whether he simply needed a change of scenery.

Check out the clip embedded above to hear their take on how Ainge’s tenure stacks up against the still-young Brad Stevens era.

This post originally appeared on Celtics Wire.

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