NBA Power Rankings: Miami Heat Still No. 1?

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No. 29: Boston Celtics

Jul 5, 2013; Waltham, MA, USA; New Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens, right, shares a laugh with General Manager Danny Ainge during a news conference announcing Stevens new position. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

For the first time since the Miami Heat Big Three came together, the Celtics won’t be a threat to them.

That’s because the Boston Three Party is no longer in Boston (with two of them in Brooklyn and one in Miami) the Celtics are now one Rondo trade from full throw-the-tea-overboard mode.

Rondo won’t have anyone that can actually shoot to pass to and the Celtics don’t seem to have a a guy on the roster that can defend the paint. Adding Keith Bogans and Kris Humphries won’t be enough to keep this team out of the NBA’s abyss. But maybe that’s how they want it.

A threat to the Heat? Nah. A threat for Andrew Wiggins? Now…

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