With Rajon Rondo's torn ACL likely to derail at least this season for the Celtics, speculation has already begun as to where the team should go from here. Rondo is soon to be 27 and it is difficult to predict what Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett will have left in the tank once he is back to full strength. While the Celts have plenty of financial commitments beyond their two aging stars, Pierce and Garnett are likely their most tradeable commodities.
So should the Celtics blow up their roster? Rondo is the team's best player and has been for a few years now. They couldn't get through the Heat with him and may be hard pressed to even make the playoffs without him. If they were to get a decent haul for Pierce and/or Garnett, it could yield critical pieces to help Rondo begin the next era of Celtics basketball. What should they do? Feel free to provide details beyond the poll in the comments section.