Avery Bradley on offensive struggles and Brad Stevens

As the Celtics continue to try to find some sort of consistency and flow on the offensive end, Avery Bradley points to the revolving door that is the roster as the biggest factor into their struggles:

He has a valid point. In a perfect world the C's would trot out a steady rotation that they could rely on on nightly basis. This year because of injuries, trades, and inexperience, it has been a battle to even accomplish that simple task.

Radio play-by-play announcer Sean Grande brings up an eye-popping statistic regarding the news the Celts were close to adding Andre Dawkins to the roster:

Barring any surprise trades the C's should expect to consistently play a core of Bradley, Tyler Zeller, Jared Sullinger, Kelly Olynyk, Marcus Smart, Jae Crowder, and hopefully James Young.

Evan Turner and Brandon Bass are both vital role players that could be dealt before the February 19th trade deadline.

But despite all the roster juggling, Bradley for one, isn't losing any confidence in his coach, even with only 14 wins in 40 games:

Coming from a veteran on a young team Bradley's comments regarding his coach are a good sign during what has been a hellacious stretch. The Celts snapped a 24-game road losing streak to western conference opponents Thursday night, but are just 5-12 since the Rajon Rondo trade. Stevens will need all the assurance he can get as they continue to build for the future.

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