Earlier this week, Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge and president Rich Gotham both said they feel the C’s are in a better position to rebuild than they were back in 2007, a year before Boston raised Banner 17. Adam Kaufman started Saturday’s “Celtics @ 7” with his thoughts on that debate, and said he also believes the Celts are in superior shape as compared to before Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen arrived.

Celtics @ 7: Part 1

Kansas Jayhawks beat writer Matt Tait from the Lawrence Journal-World and KUsports.com joined the show in the second segment to break down future NBA talent Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid, who are both projected to go in the top-three picks of the 2014 draft. Tait argued Embiid should be the first overall selection, largely because of his size and raw talent, but Wiggins has a limitless ceiling of potential.

Celtics @ 7: Part 2

Kaufman wrapped up the show by looking ahead to Boston’s game in Chicago on Monday night, when Rajon Rondo is slated to serve as a color commentator. He explores his hopes and expectations for the All-Star guard’s performance behind the mic.

Celtics @ 7: Part 3



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