Celtics president Brad Stevens’ son Brady to play for Notre Dame, Micah Shrewsberry

Basketball really is the Stevens family business. Not only is its patriarch Brad Stevens now the President of Basketball Operations for the Boston Celtics, the most storied ball club in the history of the game, but Stevens coached the Celtics and Butler before that at the NCAA level.

Now, a new chapter is being written in that book with Stevens’ son Brady announcing his commitment to the Notre Dame Men’s Basketball program on his Instagram according to recent reporting from The Athletic’s Jay King. Per The Athletic reporter, Brady Stevens, a 6-foot-4 combo guard, will be playing for another familiar face, Notre Dame head coach Micah Shrewsberry.

Shrewsberry is best known to Boston fans for his time under Stevens as an assistant coach on the Celtics, but also served in a similar role when both were at Butler.

Fellow Celtics alum and former assistant Evan Turner congratulated the younger Stevens in the post’s comments.

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Story originally appeared on Celtics Wire