WATCH: What can the Boston Celtics do to get better in the short term?

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How can the Boston Celtics improve their team? DO they need to make a big splash as soon as possible? Or would it make more sense to hit a bunch of singles to borrow a metaphor from another sport? And just how much can bringing in more veteran voices as the team did by signing Joe Johnson help the Celtics’ fortunes moving forward?

Without the treasure chest of draft picks that Boston held under the previous regime of former President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge (and with some of his mistakes still yet to be undone), the Celtics have work to do to improve the roster under new team president Brad Stevens.

What tools are available and what direction should the franchise take? The hosts of the eponymous CLNS Media “Cedric Maxwell” podcast, Maxwell and co-host Josue Pavon talk about how Boston can improve itself, the addition of Joe Johnson, how former Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas is fairing in his return to the league, and more.

Check out the clip embedded above to get their takes on all things Celtics in the news cycle of the moment.

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