He's been an inefficient scorer, but to get a guy who can score 13 ppg in 26 minutes over his career for peanuts is a chance worth taking.
On the bright side, his shooting percentage has been slowly trending upward, on a garbage squad. On a more tightly controlled team, I hope he becomes a more efficient scorer.
Compared to Jason Terry this season, in two less mpg, he's scoring 3 more ppg, and one more rebound and assist, while shooting worse from the field and from three. JC should benefit from playing with better shooters here in Boston, and if he makes it until next year, will benefit from playing with a good set up man in Rondo.
Small move, but could be a great move by Ainge. At a minimum, the Cs will be more entertaining this year, good and bad.