Boston Celtics reportedly won't sign a veteran center

When what we feared became reality and Danilo Gallinari was lost for the season, the Celtics shot down the idea of replacing him with a vteran forward or big man. Now with the news that starting center Robert Williams is going under the knife again, coupled with the waiving of Bruno Caboclo, would the Celtics deviate from that plan and pursue one of the big name veteran centers still available. According to Jay King, that's a big no, no no!

The Celtics aleady have Vonleh, Layman, Kornet, and Kabengele on their training camp roster and seem fine with them complimenting Al Horford until Robert Williams returns.

Former All-Star star centers LaMarcus Aldridge, Dwight Howard, and DeMarcus Cousins will have to look elsewhere to find a 2022-23 roster spot.

It may not be until the trade deadline or during buyout season, but at some point Brad Stevens will need to fill the 3rd big man role held last postseason by Daniel Theis.