With Brad Stevens as head coach and an entire new group of players surrounding him, it is up to Rajon Rondo to decide his own fate with the Celtics organization.
Gary Tanguay and other analysts discuss on "UNO Sports Tonight" what Rondo's place within the franchise is, and it depends if Rondo is willing to step out of his comfort zone.
"If Rondo's not on the same page in the first half of the season, he is going somewhere," Tanguay said.
Bob Ryan agreed.
"Rondo's either going to plug into what they're going to do, or they'll proceed without him," Ryan said.
The Celtics traded Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry in a blockbuster trade to Brooklyn, and Boston now has MarShon Brooks, Kris Humphries and nine first-round picks in the next five years, putting them in a sufficient place to rebuild.
Watch the video, as the analysts talk about where Rondo stands in the Celtics' franchise.