Even with a rash of injuries running through their roster and having to deal with a new "superteam" in Miami, the Celtics have continued to roll, all the way to an Eastern Conference-leading 36-11 record.
The Celtics' big three has, for all intents and purposes, become a big four, with Rajon Rondo's stellar play this season. Boston may have the deepest bench in the league, as players such as Kendrick Perkins, Jermaine O'Neal and Delonte West continue to get healthy. However, the guys in green still have plenty of potential road blocks on the way to hanging banner No. 18. There are still questions to be answered about what to really expect from the team, with a starting five whose average age is frighteningly close to 33 (32.8).
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