NBA free agency is just around the corner and many teams want to make a big splash.
The Boston Celtics could be an exception.
General Manager Danny Ainge thinks his team is solid and does not really have to retrofit the Boston Globe .
"We do not really have a need, we have really good players," said Ainge. "We have to surround them with role-players who have a chance to win with the rest of our squad."
Ainge, who accumulated several assets in the form of players and future first-round picks, also touched upon the roster's structure through trading.
"We explore every trade of players of the particular magnitude, superstar, first-choice Hall of Fame-type of players, we'll take a look, the tires kick and see if there's anything there, I think these things are unlikely . "
This is worrying, considering that the Celtics reportedly spoke to the Spurs about a possible Kawhi-Leonard trade.
Ainge could have been right with his roster, which finished second in the Eastern Conference a game shy of making the NBA final last season.
But nothing is set in stone and everyone has their price.