Boston Celtics have equipped Shooting Guard Nik Staukas with a two-year contract after the 28-year-old in his past two missions in the G-League came to a total of 100 points.
The confirmed jam’s agent opposite espn. With only 57 points and then 43 counters for the Grand Rapids Gold had recommended the No. 8 Pick from 2014 in his last two G-League performances for another chance in NBA.
Staffa Kas had played ahead of the lists of NBA scouts after a run with the Michigan Wolverines in the NCAA Championship Game 2014 and was driven by the Sacramento Kings, but played there only one season – a disappointing, with only 4.4 points 36.5 percent from the field and 32.2 percent from the triple line.
Then he still played for the Sixers, Nets, Trail Blazers, Cavaliers and this season also two games for the Heat during a tenth contract, which he comes to a NBA experience of 337 games. His throwing quotas have not improved enough in the further course of his career, his career makes only 38.9 percent from the field and 35.4 percent threesome.
At the Celtics, he is now the rest of the current season under contract for and for the entire season 2022/23. Boston is very good in the form and on the fifth place of Eastern Conference with a balance sheet of 38-27 with tendency. The Celtics have injury issues at the position of the shooting Guard, after Jaylen Brown has also gained an ankle injury to Jaylen Brown.
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