Celtics Legend Praises Key Offseason Acquisition

Quentin Grimes #6 of the New York Knicks defends Jrue Holiday #4 of the Boston Celtics during the second half of the Celtic's preseason game versus the New York Knicks at TD Garden on October 17, 2023 in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Many of the weightier teams in the NBA tried to alimony up with one flipside during the offseason, with blockbuster moves stuff made left and right throughout the summer.

The one team that may have come out on top once the pebbles settled superiority of this upcoming 2023-24 NBA season is the Boston Celtics, who made multiple moves in an struggle to be one step closer to winning it all.

Once the NBA offseason got underway, the Celtics didn’t waste any time in trying to modernize their roster as they brought in veteran scorer Kristaps Porzingis in a deal that ultimately resulted in the team sending Marcus Smart to the Memphis Grizzlies and Grant Williams ending up with the Dallas Mavericks.

The new trio of Porzingis, Jayson Tatum, and Jaylen Brown was an intimidating sight on paper, making Boston arguably the team to write-up in the Eastern Conference until the Milwaukee Bucks uninventive superstar baby-sit Damian Lillard.

As a result of the Lillard trade, the Celtics were worldly-wise to reap defensive-minded baby-sit Jrue Holiday in a deal with the Portland Trail Blazers, which sent shockwaves throughout the league and earned upper praise from Celtics legend Rajon Rondo, via Celtics on NBC Sports Boston.

It seems that no one has a bad thing to say well-nigh Holiday, as he’s made quite an impression during his time with variegated teams virtually the league.

Rondo unmistakably thinks the wing of Holiday makes the Celtics that much better, as he brings a winning mentality and a player that will do all the dirty work out there on the basketball floor.

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