BOSTON, Mass. (WSAW) — It appears that SPASH graduate Sam Hauser will remain in the Northeast. The Stevens Point native is reportedly signing a three-year deal with the Boston Celtics to remain with the team.
The deal is reportedly worth $6 million and is guaranteed for the first two seasons. Hauser started his career on a two-way contract before signing with the team in February for the remainder of the season.
Hauser appeared in 26 games with the Celtics. His career-high scoring came back in his home state in April when he scored 11 points against the Bucks in Milwaukee. Hauser, who played collegiately at Marquette and Virginia, also played in 10 games for Boston’s G-League affiliate.
Hauser and the Celtics won the Eastern Conference title before losing to Golden State in the NBA Finals in June.
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