The Celtics are wasting no time this offseason. A day after signing their three new draft picks, the team made a move to bring a big name to Boston.
If Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge left any question about his desire to compete for a title next season, he eliminated such uncertainty Tuesday when the team agreed to terms on a three-year contract with veteran sharpshooter Jason Terry, according to an NBA source.
Terry can officially sign the contract July 11, and the deal with be worth $5 million per year. He played for the Mavericks the past eight seasons, but decided to take the three-year deal from Boston as opposed to the two-year deal Dallas offered.
It should be interesting to see how this deal affects Ray Allen’s future in Boston.
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