Jives with what one would assume based on just watching the team.
We've started role players at SG and PF all year who are probably best suited to a bench role.
We really need more production from the SG position. If Bradley can get into form and average 10-12 points a night and Terry can find his sixth man form giving us 12-14 a night, that would help tremendously. As it stands, SG is a big question mark for us every night, other than Bradley's phenomenal defense.
Pierce is top 4 at his position (behind only LeBron, Durant, and Melo), and Green, though overpaid, is a more productive backup than many teams have.
Garnett still has nights where he looks great on offense, but for the most part he's a reliable complimentary option on that end as a deadly mid-range jumpshooter and occasional post-scorer. On the defensive end he's still unparalleled as a quarterback of the team-defense and defender of the pick and roll. We're hurt at the center position by the utter lack of a capable backup.
Sullinger is developing into a really solid power forward. He looks great playing next to Garnett, especially. Bass looks good some nights, and is a liability on others. Overall, we go into pretty much every matchup having a disadvantage at the power forward position. The Celtics desperately need somebody with size, athleticism, rebounding, and inside scoring ability to put next to KG at either the 4 or the 5. The Cs also really lack a shotblocker.