According to Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports, Celtics and restricted free agent Marcus Smart have agreed to a four-year, $52 million after he and his agent Happy Walters met with Celtics officials in Boston early Thursday morning,
Marcus Smart is going to remain a member of the Boston Celtics, according to multiple sources.
Just a few days ago, Boston Celtics fans were questioning a possible reunion with beloved point-guard Isaiah Thomas. Well all the what-ifs and questioning "would you rather have Marcus Smart or Isaiah Thomas?" have been put to rest.
On Tuesday night, NBC Sports Boston's A. Sherrod Blakely bumped into former Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas at the McCarran Airport in Las Vegas and uploaded a photo of him to Instagram. In the comments section later on, Isaiah left a playful response saying, "Tell Boston I'll come back for a year LOL... Good to see you. Miss my Boston fam!" Whether there was any honesty behind it, many believe a return to Boston would be a good move for him, where others think it'll be a bad move for the revered former point guard of the Boston Celtics.
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