"Well, not right now. There's a lot of reasons why we're not just jumping out and doing something right now," Ainge told WEEI. "I mean, there really is nobody that you're going to find to replace Rondo, obviously, through trade or through free agent acquisition at this time of year with our (financial) inflexibility. But I think that we like the guys (we have). I mean, (Leandro) Barbosa's been dying for a chance to play and Jason Terry and Avery (Bradley) playing some more point position. I think all of those guys are looking for an opportunity, so I think it's a chance for us to see those guys play without Rondo playing and just see what they're capable of doing."
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