Well, I think plan B looks a little something like this.
Gordon Hayward getting back to being Gordon Hayward on a nightly basis would be a great start, the youth taking a step forward, and Al resigning on a team friendly deal so we can add some vet help and all of a sudden the emo crowd will start backing away from the ledge. Who am I kidding, they'll always be on the ledge, **** em.
The best news about plan B is it is actually likely to happen. Gordon showed signs last season, our youngs are young and should naturally improve, and Al seems to like Boston. The biggest question is whether Kyrie was the problem last season, I know Terry has looked the fool at times but usually that sort of issue comes from the top, not the bottom. I doubt Terry had the locker room clout to make this team as dysfunctional as it looked last season, and if did I doubt he'll be back. Kyrie won't be addition by subtraction, he is too talented for that, but if the team becomes a team again it won't hurt nearly as bad when he signs somewhere else.