Sounds good to me, Doc.
I'm excited to see how Lee and Pierce will complement each other offensively and how much aggressive Rondo will be. Although I expect a quicker upbeat offense from the Celtics this season, Rondo needs to constantly be a scoring threat, while also pushing the ball.
Boston no longer have to stick to their half-court set of the past. A system that the club grew used, and was specially designed for an open Allen 3-pointer (that usually took 18 seconds off the shot clock). Celtics have more options this year. Lee will be a great for scoring transition buckets. He is more athletic than Allen and Terry, and will be an easy target for Rondo, especially after forced turnovers. His energy will be a great jump start for the Celtics but don't be surprised if you see Terry ending games.
A more aggressive Rondo on the scoring end is a must for the Celtics this season. Rondo proved last spring during the playoffs that the Celtics are a much tougher team to guard when Rondo constantly goes to the basket. Because he is a pass-first type of point guard, opponents give him a lot of space but tend to collapse on him defensively when he goes to the hoop. This style of play will lead to easier buckets for Pierce, Garnett, Bass & Lee.