While the Boston Celtics are not in the 2020 NBA Finals courtesy of Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat, there will be four Boston Celtics alumni on two teams, meaning no matter how the series plays out, a pair of former Boston players will be sporting some new hardware at season’s end.

Many of us simply do not care who wins if it won’t be the Celtics, and that’s totally fair. This is not an article for you, but thank you for your consideration just the same.

For the traditionalists among us, that means we’re rooting for the team that just sent our favorite franchise fishing, as the mere thought of the Lakers drawing even to the Celtics in total title count is a waking nightmare.

While for others among us, our fandom for former players knows no such negative inclinations — so who are the former Celtics in the 2020 NBA Finals?

Let’s take a look.

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Kelly Olynyk – Center – Miami Heat

Olynyk was drafted by Boston out of Gonzaga with the 13th overall pick of the 2013 NBA Draft, leaving the team in free agency in the summer of 2017.

He’s averaging 9.9 points, 5 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game with Miami.

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Avery Bradley – Guard – Los Angeles Lakers

Bradley was drafted by the team out of Texas with the 19th overall pick of the 2010 NBA Draft, leaving the team in a trade the same summer as Olynyk (2017) as Boston sought to make room for Gordon Hayward’s contract.

Bradley is putting up 8.6 points, 2.3 boards and 1.3 assists per game with L.A.

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Jae Crowder – Forward – Miami Heat

Crowder is the sole player of four former Celtics alumni playing in the 2020 Finals who was not drafted by the team, coming to the team in a trade with Jameer Nelson and Brandan Wright that sent Dwight Powell and Rajon Rondo to the Dallas Mavericks in 2014. He would leave the club in a deal as well, sent to the Cleveland Cavaliers with Isaiah Thomas and Ante Zizic in exchange for Kyrie Irving in that fateful summer of 2017.

He’s averaging 11.9 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game with the Heat.

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Rajon Rondo – Guard – Los Angeles Lakers

And finally, we come to the O.G. himself, Rajon Rondo. A champion in his own right, he’d become the first former Celtic to also win a title with the Lakers — there may be a reason why that’s never happened before, though we can’t quite put our finger on why. Drafted by the Celtics out of Kentucky with the 21st overall pick of the 2006 NBA Draft, Rondo left the team in the same deal that brought Crowder to Boston in 2014.

He’s logging 7.1 points, 3 boards and 5 assists per game in L.A.