Could the Boston Celtics have more moves to make before the 2021-22 season starts?

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Could the Boston Celtics have more moves coming in what has already been one of the busiest offseasons in the league? Reading the proverbial tea leaves hinted that might be the case given at least some of the Celtics’ camp invitees are not two way deal eligible, a possibility buttressed by the reporting of Celtics Blog’s Keith Smith on Friday.

Smith reported that ” Boston’s recent camp invites, Ryan Arcidiacono and Garrison Mathews, have a real shot at making the Celtics final 15-man roster” and one of his sources went as far as to say that it is “not a lock that the roster is done either,” noting [team president] “Brad [Stevens] is still doing some tinkering.” Smith further notes that forward Jabari Parker’s roster spot “might be in danger.”

With only a $100,000 guarantee on his current deal up to the first game of the 2021-22 NBA season, he is the logical player to be cut should one of the other prospects invited to Boston’s camp earn the position.

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