There will be an opportunity for Rajon Rondo and Ray Allen to get together after all, as Celtics team president Rich Gotham confirmed to the Globe that the organization will be holding a 10th-anniversary reunion of the 2008 team, and that all members will be invited.

It will soon be 10 years since the Celtics brought the 17th championship back to Boston, and although Rondo has said that Allen would not be invited to an unofficial reunion vacation trip this summer, the Celtics are planning a more formal gathering of that championship team.

Rondo and Tony Allen are the lone members of that team who will be active in the NBA, as Paul Pierce has said this will be his final season. The rest of the members of the team are out of basketball.

“We are talking about it, but we haven’t started planning it,” Gotham said. “Presumably, we’ll invite the guys back, and we haven’t gotten to the stage where we’ll put the pen to the paper with exactly how we want to do this and how would it fit with the context of our season next year.

“A., you think through how to do it the right way, and B., how to fit it into the NBA schedule and some of the guys you invite back and see what their schedules are.”