The first day of the free agency is usually reserved for big and star ticket players. Day two features mid-level exceptions and players in the middle of a rotation turn. We are now in full listing mode with flyers Veteran’s minimum. After Mark Murphy in the Boston Herald I mentioned that Celtics Intending to “retain the ‘salary structure’ that makes it possible to sign a ‘key’ player when he is most likely available next summer” we could see Boston make its first free signing with its summer agent.
according to multiple sources (Harrison Sanford of NBC Sports Philadelphia And Keith Pompey in the Philadelphia InquirerThe Celtics are interested in Danny Green. According to Sanford, coach Amy Odoka’s previous relationship with Green since his San Antonio days could play a role in his decision.
After winning a championship with Lakers In the Orlando bubble, Green was dealt to Oklahoma City for Dennis Schroeder and then moved to Philadelphia for Al Horford in a multiplayer deal. Green has reportedly spoken to 76ers Several times, but a new deal has not yet been concluded.
This has had several teams going around the vet for 12 years. Boston can use his veteran presence, outside shooting, perimeter defense, but there is also interest from Milwaukee BucksAnd Chicago Bulls, And New Orleans Pelicans. However, if Murphy’s reports are accurate, the Celtics are unlikely to offer him a mid-level exemption for taxpayers, so the Celtics’ interest may be moot.