Milwaukee Bucks point guard Keyon Dooling will reportedly be traded to the Boston Celtics as soon as the NBA re-opens its doors on Friday afternoon, according to a report from Alex Kennedy of Hoopsworld. The Celtics will send a second-round pick to the Bucks in exchange for Dooling.
Dooling is an 11-year veteran who was drafted No. 10 overall by the Orlando Magic in the 2000 NBA Draft, but was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers. Dooling played with the Clippers for the first four years of his career before signing with the Miami Heat in 2004, where he played for one season. Dooling then played three seasons with the Magic followed by two years with the New Jersey Nets and a year with the Bucks last season.
In 675 career games, Dooling has averaged 7.2 points, 2.3 assists and 0.7 steals. Last season, Dooling played in 80 games for Milwaukee - starting 22 - and averaged 7.1 points and 3.0 assists. Dooling is a lifetime 41.6 percent shooter from the field and a 35.0 percent shooter from three-point range.