Anchor Staff Writer
Throughout the NBA offseason, we are usually tuned into seeing where certain star-free agents are going to take their talents. Whether it's extending their contract and sticking with the team they are already on, or if it is deciding to play somewhere else. As far as the Celtics go, which many people have mixed emotions about, their former point guard, Kemba Walker, has just recently signed a deal to play for the New York Knicks. With the absence of the point guard position, Boston was able to give former Lakers point guard, Dennis Schroder, a one year 5.9 million dollar deal to fill the void.