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Will the Boston Celtics use their $17.1 million traded player exception before it expires?

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The Boston Celtics are reportedly on the hunt to use their $17.1 million traded player exception (TPE) before it expires today (July 18) to add to their bench rotation as they gear up for a run at the 2023 NBA championship.

What is Celtics President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens’ next move? Will it be a backup big man as expected or could another candidate emerge? Or will the TPE end up expiring unused because no team wants to play ball with the Celtics?

The Athletic’s NBA insider Jared Weiss joined the host of the CLNS Media “Celtics Beat” host Adam Kaufman to discuss what the Celtics plans and possibilities for the rest of the 2022 offseason might be.

Check out the clip embedded above to hear what they think will happen today with the TPE.

This post originally appeared on Celtics Wire.

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