Gary Washburn joined Adam Kaufman and Evan Valenti on Celtics Beat with strong criticism of the recent performance of Danny Ainge, Mike Zarren and Boston’s front office. Washburn says the Celtics not only need new voices on Brad Stevens’ coaching staff, but new perspectives aside from Zarren and Austin Ainge when it comes to talent evaluation. Grant Williams, Romeo Langford, Carsen Edwards, Tremont Waters and Tacko Fall have struggled to impact Boston in any way since Ainge drafted them and they’ve become the entirety of the Celtics depth. When injuries struck this year, they became devastating, as even solid pick in Aaron Nesmith and Payton Pritchard have struggled to step into the starting lineup. Washburn mentioned Paul Pierce as a name that could mix up Boston’s front office ideology, which Washburn argued has grown arrogant in recent years overlooking Trevor Ariza and other veterans who could’ve helped the bench.