The Celtics are lucky to have two young, dynamic players in Avery Bradley and Rajon Rondo. With the return of Bradley earlier this week, several things fell into place for the Celtics.
"Avery Bradley allows everyone to play the positions that this team was built for," says Brian Scalabrine.
With Bradley in the lineup, it allows Jason Terry to come off the bench and Rondo to play off the ball. In short, it allows the players to slot into the roles where they feel most comfortable and where they can contribute the most.
Scal says when both Bradley and Rondo are healthy, they're one of the top 1-2 combinations in the league.
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Listen to the podcast edition of CSN's "Celtics Trade Deadline Special", as the C's stood pat despite lots of rumors.
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Abby Chin, Brian Scalabrine and A. Sherrod Blakely were joined by President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge to talk about how close he was to pulling off a blockbuster, and whether he will look to add a veteran player that could be bought out.
Also in this special, Tommy Heinsohn and Chris Mannix from The Vertical weigh-in, and we look ahead to the final 25 games of the season and how the outcome on Thursday relates to offseason planning and the NBA Draft.
Danny Ainge jokes about what it was like talking with Magic Johnson during the trade deadline process.