Report: Boston Celtics expected to sign wing Brodric Thomas ahead of training camp

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The Boston Celtics will reportedly be bringing back former two way wing Brodric Thomas to their 2022 training camp roster to compete for a spot on the team’s roster for their upcoming 2022-23 campaign according to MassLive’s Brian Robb.

With the move, the Celtics would be at the maximum number of players for training camp at 20 total, with 19 currently signed to camp, two way or regular deals at present. In recent weeks, Boston has brought on Jake Layman, Bruno Caboclo, Noah Vonleh, Justin Jackson, and Denzel Valentine on camp deals.

Luke Kornet and Mfiondu Kabengele will also reportedly be in the mix in a competition to fill two to three roster spots that are currently open.

With real playing time at stake after the ACL injury of veteran forward Danilo Gallinari, Boston training camp for this season is shaping up to be an intense one.

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