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The Boston Celtics are trying to improve their team in every way they can think of as their All-Star forwards Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum approach their prime years, but they do not have only the other 29 teams in the league to contend with as a barrier to that goal.

The Celtics also have to navigate the ins and outs of the NBA’s strict salary cap rules which are in part designed to prevent teams from building juggernauts too easily, and for the most have worked to keep a semblance of parity in the league. But Boston still wants titles as much as parity seems like a nice thing in the abstract, so what are the parameters new team president Brad Stevens and the rest of the front office are working with?

Watch one of the latest episodes of our friends from the Off the Glass “Hoopsology” podcast to hear special guest Keith Smith of Celtics Blog fame break down what the Celtics have to work with, as well as a host of other offseason issues of note.

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