Celtics Re-Sign Brad Wanamaker To One-Year Deal

JULY 17: Wanamaker’s new one-year, minimum-salary deal with the Celtics is now official, the team announced today in a press release.

JULY 2: The Celtics will bring back Brad Wanamaker, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com (Twitter link). The deal will be for one season and, likely, at the minimum.

The point guard played in 36 games for the Boston last season. Wanamaker went undrafted out of the University of Pittsburgh in 2011 and ended up playing overseas.

Wanamaker shot 41.0% from behind the arc on a total of 39 attempts for Boston last season. The soon-to-be 30-year-old will fit in behind new addition Kemba Walker on the team’s depth chart.

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6 thoughts on “Celtics Re-Sign Brad Wanamaker To One-Year Deal

  1. futuremvp

    Not that it is specially important, but he is almost 30 – I highly doubt he graduated in 2018.

    • jellbuc

      Funny I was just commenting to myself he is the oldest looking 23 year old I’ve ever seen.

  2. Brackish Hippo

    I would have expected the 3rd or 4th string point guard to be a developmental role and go to a younger guy.

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