Long post forthcoming.
KG is the best player on this team. Not much you can say about him. He's been great on both ends of the court and our only solid rebounder.
Pierce hasn't shot especially well from inside the arc. Aside from that, he's been somewhat inconsistent on offense, but that's to be expected as he gets older. He still has stretches where he reminds you why he's going to the Hall of Fame, but they aren't as frequent or extended as they once were.
Terry is a great team player and does everything you want him to do, even though he's mismatched physically against some guards. That's just a flaw we'll have to live with, but he balances it somewhat with his effort.
I'd throw Lee in there too - he's playing good ball, but his shot just isn't falling. That's okay. We don't need him to score much, and I also believe that shot will start falling as the year goes on. I like the shots he's been taking; he just hasn't gotten the results.
Bass is similar. I'd like him to attack the glass more consistently, but aside from that he's doing the right things and just not getting the results. Those midrange jumpers are wide open and will start to fall.
Rondo has been solid on offense and awful on defense. That gambling crap has to stop, because we no longer have the big men to cover for him. On offense, I have to wonder if we'll see better ball movement now that his streak has snapped. They'll never admit it, but I thought they let him dominate the ball even more than they usually do during the streak. He's a phenomenal passer, but other guys on this team are capable of creating offense too.
Wilcox is a solid rotation big on offense. I think he actually has more of an offensive game than he shows, too. Wouldn't mind seeing them toss the ball to him in the post from time to time. Poor, mistake-prone defender, though.
Sullinger will help us. Intelligent player who has been the victim of many rookie calls. He scores without having any plays called for him, and his impact on the glass has been noticed - he's the only player on the team who is willing and able to attack the offensive glass.
Jeff Green seems like he's not fully healthy yet. Maybe I'm just being naive by saying that. He's had a game here and there where he looks like he's worth his contract, but I just don't think he's back in basketball shape. Regardless, he needs to be way more aggressive on offense and on the glass. He flashes the ability. He just needs to use it consistently. On a positive note, I've liked his defense more than I did in the past.
Barbosa was a good signing. One of our best players at getting to the rim. He's liable to score 20 one night and 3 the next, though. Aggressive, but inconsistent and not very good on defense.
Collins is just a very average player who shouldn't see the court unless it's an emergency.
Overall, the offense has been good enough but the defense has let this team down. They give up way too many easy baskets, and then when they do force a miss they give up way too many offensive rebounds. If they aren't going to attack the glass on offense, then they need to clean up the boards on defense. They aren't doing that.