The newest member of the Boston Celtics is pressing the right buttons to quickly endear himself to the hometown fanbase. Malcolm Brogdon, who the Celtics acquired in a trade with the Indiana Pacers on Friday, took to social media on Saturday to express his mindset about coming to Boston. Brogdon sent out a tweet captioned, “One goal,” and there’s no doubt Celtics fans will love what the guard is all about as he gets set to join his new team.
BOSTON, Mass. WSAW) - It appears SPASH alum Sam Hauser will be sticking around in the northeast. According to reports, the Stevens Point native is signing a three-year deal with the Boston Celtics to remain with the team.
The [league] source said the Celtics had actively pursued trades involving the exception over the past two weeks, but ultimately the deal involving Brogdon, whose salary was too large to fit into the exception, turned out to be the best option,” Himmelsbach wrote in the aftermath of the reported Brogdon trade. Per league rules, the exception can only be used to acquire players whose salary is the same amount or smaller.