After losing out on swingman Corey Brewer, who signed with the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday afternoon, the Celtics regrouped quickly, agreeing to terms with veteran Sasha Pavlovic.
"It's not done yet, but we've agreed," Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge told ESPN Boston following the team's 115-103 win over the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday night. Ainge also said he'd like to add one more player to the Celts roster.
Pavlovic, 27, has played in 466 career games, including 14 this season with Dallas and New Orleans. He's averaged 5.4 points in his career, which has included time with Utah, Cleveland and Minnesota. Pavlovic will be another body for Celts coach Doc Rivers to turn to off the bench for depth on the wing.
He is expected to be available for Friday night's home game against the Golden State Warriors.