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Boston Celtics alum Vitor Faverani has reportedly signed with Brazilian club Flamengo

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Former Boston Celtics big man Vitor Faverani has reportedly signed a new deal in his native Brazil to play for Clube de Regatas do Flamengo of the Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Campeonato Carioca league according to Alberto De Road of our sister site HoopsHype.

The onetime Celtics center played for Boston in their 2013-14 season after signing a three-year deal with the team following a strong showing with Euroleague’s Valencia Basket. That three-year contract amounted to a total of just 37 games with the Celtics, however, after he suffered a torn lateral meniscus in his first season, having sat out all of the subsequent campaign.

Faverani has since played for Maccabi Tel Aviv, Murcia, Barcelona, and Gipuzkoa before signing with Flamengo this offseason. The Porto Alegre native averaged 4.4 points and 3.5 rebounds per game as a Celtic.

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