With 13 roster spots officially filled and three players on two-way contracts, the Boston Celtics will have a decision to make when it comes to finalizing their 15-man roster ahead of the regular season.
Three additional players are on training camp deals, and one of them will end up being cut before Opening Night. But for now, nothing is set in stone, so let's take a look at what Boston is currently working with from worst to first:
19. Jay Scrubb
Scrubb's season came to end before it even started, as he tore his right ACL at Saturday's practice.
Such an injury is devastating for any player, but it's especially unfortunate for Scrubb, who averaged 14.4 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.4 assists across five Summer League games to land a two-way contract with Boston.
Last season, Scrubb appeared in just two NBA games with the Orlando Magic, and now he finds himself dealing with a major setback as he tries to establish a role for himself in this league.
18. DJ Steward
This isn't a knock against Steward, he's just simply the most likely candidate to end up getting left off the 15-man roster.
He was impressive with Philadelphia during the Summer League, but Steward is the lone Celtics signee without any NBA experience. Boston brought Steward in last Saturday on a training camp deal, and chances are he'll end up in Maine developing in the G League.
Steward went undrafted out of Duke, where he averaged 13.0 points, 3.9 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.1 steals in 24 games (22 starts) in his one season with the Blue Devils.
17. Neemias Queta
Depth down low is always going to be valuable for the Celtics, who have seen bigs come and go over the better part of the past decade.
Queta secured one of Boston's three two-way contracts, meaning he will rarely get the chance to spend time in the frontcourt, where the Celtics are now without Robert Williams III, Grant Williams and Blake Griffin.
By no means is Queta the replacement for either Williams, or even Griffin, but it never hurts to have a young 7-footer in the organization. He's only played 20 NBA games across two seasons, logging at least 15 minutes in just four of those contests.