One day after the Cleveland Cavaliers destroyed the Atlanta Hawks with only nine available players, the Cavs now have their new pieces picked up from the NBA trade deadline deals. The makeshift lineup saw some surprising results, as Kyle Korver had his first 30-point game since 2007 and Jeff Green finished with 24 points in the 16-point victory. Even seldom-used Cedi Osman had his best game of the season, with a 16 point output. However, when the Cavaliers take on the Boston Celtics and former Cavs superstar Kyrie Irving tonight, they have their new additions ready to play and Tyronn Lue has named his starting roster with the new players.

Who will start for the Cavs against the Celtics?

Much like Friday night against the Atlanta Hawks, Cedi Osman will continue to start in place of the injured Kevin Love at power forward with LeBron James in his normal small forward position. The other big man will be Tristan Thompson, who finished with a double-double last night, with 10 points and 11 rebounds, as well as two blocks.

J.R. Smith started on Friday night at shooting guard and contributed seven points, the only starter without double-digits. He will remain the starter, despite Kyle Korver playing more minutes as a reserve and scoring more than three times more points than Smith.

At point guard, a position that the Cavaliers completely overhauled in the trade, Jose Calderon played decent with Jeff Green getting more time on the court.

The Cavs will start newcomer George Hill at point guard for the first time on Saturday. In Sacramento, Hill averaged 10.3 points and 2.8 assists a game this season.

Cavaliers bench players against Celtics

While J.R. Smith and George Hill will get the starts at the guard position, expect Jeff Green and Kyle Korver to get a lot of playing time thanks to their output on Friday night.

Also playing for the first time this season for the Cleveland Cavaliers today against the Celtics are Rodney Hood and Jordan Clarkson as reserves from the bench at guard and Larry Nance Jr. in the frontcourt.

The Cleveland Cavaliers look like they are easing everyone in outside of George Hill, which makes sense as the players need to learn the Cavs system and need to get into a rhythm with the Cavs veterans.

After last night's big win, there is optimism in Cleveland. Of course, the Atlanta Hawks have only won 17 games this season and rank last in the Eastern Conference, while the Boston Celtics have won 40 games and are the top team in the conference. This will be a tough game, regardless of who starts, but fans should get a good look at the new Cleveland Cavaliers tonight.