Tiger Fight, October 1st. Today, Celtics general manager Danny Angie was interviewed by reporters and talked about the possible operations of the Celtics during the offseason.
"The first and most important point is health. Injuries have exposed the depth of our bench and made us look stretched." Angie said in the interview.
"The criticism of the depth of our bench is fair. But I think a healthy Romeo Langford can help the team in the playoffs. Too many injuries have affected us and made our lineup deep. It's not ideal." An Ji added.
When talking about the team operations that might happen next, Angie said: "I can't explain to you in detail, but I can tell you that we have a lot of work to do. There is no doubt about this. When faced with a difficult situation I don’t overreact when I lose or a strong opponent. But there are some things I want to do to make our team better. We have to do this."
When talking about the possibility of paying the luxury tax next season, Angie replied: "We intend to start paying the luxury tax next season. In fact, we have already planned to do this. We are ready to do so."