Celtics, second-round pick Carsen Edwards agree to terms on contract

Tacko Fall racks up blocks during Celtics Summer League win over Grizzlies

Celtics, second-round pick Carsen Edwards agree to terms on contract

Edwards will mark the third C's draft pick to sign, as first-rounders Romeo Langford and Grant Williams officially inked their rookie contracts on Thursday. The guard started all 32 games for the Hoosiers and led the team with 16.5 points per game, earning All-Big Ten honors.

Many viewed Edwards as a first-round talent and could be seen as a steal in the future for the Celtics. He hasn't suited up in Boston's Summer League slate due to a thumb injury.

The 6-foot-1 guard is the last of Boston's four draft picks to agree to a deal.

The 7-foot-7 Fall has been a fan favorite in Las Vegas, and not just because of his unfathomable size. The Celtics do not have a summer league game scheduled for Friday.

Williams shared the moment he signed his Celtics contract on Instagram on Thursday night.

The Boston Celtics NBA Summer League team will be the #1 seed in the eight team playoff round that begins Saturday in Las Vegas.

Edwards and the Celtics reportedly have agreed to a four-year deal worth $4.5 million in guaranteed salary, according to The Boston Globe's Adam Himmelsbach.

22-years-old, the highlight of Brown's career came in the 2018 NBA Playoffs, when he averaged 18.0 points per game as the team's second option during a surprising run to the Eastern Conference Playoffs.

And then there is summer sensation Tacko Fall, who fans are begging Danny Ainge to sign to an National Basketball Association deal.

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