Adrian Wojnarowski from ESPN confirmed that Danilo Gallinari, a veteran sharpshooter, has signed his contract with the Boston Celtics.

The agreement is for two years and $13.3 million dollars, with a second-year option. To sign Gallinari,

the Celtics used the entire Taxpayer Midlevel Exception. With the Malcolm Brogdon Trade and

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the official signing of Sam Hauser and Luke Kornet on July 9th, Boston will now have three roster spots available.

Gallinari will be playing for the Celtics, which will be his sixth NBA team since joining the league in 2008

Gallinari (34 years old) was original with the Atlanta Hawks, before being traded to the San Antonio Spurs in the Dejounte-Murray trade.

The Spurs bought Gallinari out and he was forced to choose between competing teams to join. He ultimately chose Boston over Chicago. 

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