"You can't really put a timetable on the rebuilding process," said Green. "As long as you continue to get better each day -- going to practice and just get better -- that’s what it’s going to take for us to get better as a team and to increase wins. I think we ended the season well and this whole summer each guy took it upon themselves to get better, which is going to make our team better."
He later went onto talk about his goals for his individual game
"Just get better as a player, all around," he said. "I don’t have one or two things that I focused on completely throughout the whole summer. I think it was more just becoming a better all-around player and trying to take the next step to becoming a leader on this team."
For Boston to take the next step in their rebuilding stage and as a franchise, they need someone there for Rondo to rely on, not exactly a superstar or someone of Rondo’s status, but someone who can take the load off of him and someone to unite the players and become a leader, and that’s what Green hopes to bring this season. If successful and all goes to plan, the Celtics could become a real threat.
By Jack Whinam - http://beforethebuzzer.sportsblog.com/