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The Boston Celtics have agreed to a contract with shooting guard R.J. Hunter, according to a tweet from Priority Sports, the agency that represents Hunter.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the deal is a two-way contract that will give Hunter the opportunity to play for both the Celtics and their G-League affiliate in Maine.
The Celtics drafted Hunter with the N0. 28 pick in 2015.
Hunter is 6-foot-5 has also spent time with the Chicago Bulls and Houston Rockets, compiling NBA career averages of 2.6 points and 1.0 rebounds in 44 total games.
He becomes the Celtics’ second two-way player, joining guard P.J. Dozier.
Hunter attended training camp with the Atlanta Hawks in October before being waived and entering free agency.