With the season ending injury to Boston Celtics' all-star point guard Rajon Rondo, the Celtics are looking to make moves to either make another run to the playoffs, or blow up the nucleus that won them the 2008 NBA Championship. Without a solid backup point guard to fill Rondo's gigantic shoes for the rest of the season, the Celtics have expressed interest in players like Memphis Grizzles small forward Rudy Gay, who is owed $35 million over the next two years. But they should be expressing interest in one of the most efficient PGs in the league: Jose Calderon. The Tornoto Raptors are looking to make major moves before the trade deadline, and rumors are that PG Jose Calderon will be one of the players shopped around in exchange for the services of Gay. The Celtics could make a push for Calderon's services by being involved in a 3-way trade that could land them one of the most solid PGs in the league, and make a push for the playoffs. Calderon's pass-first mentality along with great shot selection and solid defense would be a perfect fit for a inconsistent Celtics team. The Celtics could (and will) still retain the services of Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, and can deal players like Jason Terry and Chris Wilcox, who have both had disappointing seasons this year.