Boston Celtics has been working this past week alongside former Atlanta Hawks player, Brandon Goodwin. This is how the journalist from Forbes Sports, Chris Grenham. The point guard has not yet reached a contract agreement with the Massachusetts franchise, but Grenham himself assures that there is interest on both sides to sign at least for the training camp.
Tremont Waters’ march to Milwaukee Bucks’ forces’ the Celtics to seek a fourth base (after Marcus Smart, Dennis Schröder and Payton Pritchard) to complete their roster for the 2021/22 NBA season, and Goodwin is one of the main candidates.
Former Hawks guard Brandon Goodwin tells me he worked out with Celtics this week.
There is no training camp agreement between Boston and Goodwin yet, but there is interest from both sides. Goodwin played in 47 games with Atlanta last year, averaging 4.9 points and 2.0 assists.
— Chris Grenham (@chrisgrenham) September 17, 2021