The Boston Celtics have already made some major changes in the front office and by the looks of it, the squad might be in line for a complete overhaul in the offseason. In a recent interview, team co-owner Wyc Grousbeck hinted at this prospect as he discussed the squad's immediate future.

Based on his statement, it's clear that Grousbeck expects significant changes within the squad in the coming weeks/months:

“We really try hard not to talk about future contracts and particular guys,” Grousbeck said on a recent interview on 98.5 The Sports Hub, via Brian Robb of Mass Live. “The roster is not complete and there is a lot we have to go do and there is a lot of potential trades I would imagine, just reading the wires and thinking a little bit and talking a little bit to Brad. There is a lot of stuff that could happen this summer. I don’t really know what the roster is going to look like in August. It’s going to be a very busy July. We aren’t hard-capped or anything like that but we are going to have to be clever. If we are going to have to take in money, by cap rules, we are going to have to send money out.”

At this point, it looks like the only players that possess untouchable status within the squad are Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. Everyone else appears to be fair game. Perhaps even Marcus Smart, despite the fact that he's considered to be one of the more influential personalities for the Celtics.

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Towards the end of his interview, however, Grousbeck seemed to have double-backed on his earlier statement:

“I’m not demanding changes, I’m not expecting changes, I just want us to get farther,” he said. “It could be these guys or there may be changes but it’s not me demanding it or either expecting it. I’m ready for it because that’s what happens every year.”

Grousbeck hasn't closed the door on the possibility of the Celtics fielding (relatively) the same squad for next season. The question is, will Boston be a legitimate threat in the East with their current roster?