Exit Interviews - Looking back at each Celtic from this season

Alex Trautwig

We've got some time before the draft lottery, so we're going to look back at the season that was - player by player.

An Exit Interview in the real world is when an employee leaves a job or internship and sits down with their former boss and goes over what went right and what went wrong and both sides can provide feedback to each other for future growth and development.  In the sporting world it happens between player and coach and it occurs at the end of a season.  The player can give feedback and the coach typically will give the player assignments going forward.

In that spirit, we thought we'd look at each individual player on the Celtics this year and provide our thoughts on those players.  Each guy will get a day and at least one of our authors (usually more) will write articles about them.  I'd like to personally invite each of you to participate as well.  Use the FanPosts to write us an article with your own thoughts on each player.

Here's the schedule, kicking off with Rondo's day tomorrow.  Hope you enjoy!

4/28/2014 Rajon Rondo

4/29/2014 Jeff Green

4/30/2014 Jared Sullinger

5/1/2014 Avery Bradley

5/2/2014 Brandon Bass

5/5/2014 Kris Humphries

5/6/2014 Kelly Olynyk

5/7/2014 Gerald Wallace

5/8/2014 Phil Pressey

5/9/2014 Jerryd Bayless

5/12/2014 Chris Johnson

5/13/2014 Vitor Faverani

5/14/2014 Joel Anthony

5/15/2014 Chris Babb

5/16/2014 The Departed (Jordan Crawford, MarShon Brooks, Keith Bogans)

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