If Wyc and Doc and Danny know what they are going to do, they aren't telling you and me. Nor should they.
I do think that there's a consistent sense of bracing the fanbase for potential big changes, but that's just reading between the lines and conjecture at this point. To be fair, there could be things that they want to do but can't because other teams or perhaps some players aren't willing. And as Wyc says below, timing is everything. So we'll see.
Grousbeck gave a bit of a behind-the-scenes glimpse, noting that management and the front-office staff huddled this week to gauge the direction of the team. He stressed that Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge will examine the trade and free-agent markets and that the team likely won't make any firm decisions until late June when it knows all the potential options. "By the end of June, we’ll have different options to go in with this team," said Grousbeck. "Keeping it all together just as it was is one option, but we lost in the first round, so there is an obvious possibility that we ought to start making some changes. And we’re going to have to make those decisions. They won’t be made in May."
Ok, commence thumb twiddling. Or perhaps hand wringing if you are so inclined.