Sports Celtics sign Stevens to contract extension

00:50  13 august  2020
00:50  13 august  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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The Boston Celtics have signed Danny Ainge and Brad Stevens to contract extensions . Managing partner, governor and CEO Wyc Grousbeck told Celtics .com that based on Stevens ’ and Ainge’s success in their respective roles, the decision to extend their contracts was made without hesitation.

Brad Steven and Danny Ainge received contract extensions . Ainge was nearing the end of a multi-year pact, while Stevens had three years left on the original six-year, million contract he signed in 2013. Terms of the new pacts were not disclosed, but Celtics co-owner and managing partner Wyc

Brad Stevens holding a racket © Pool / Getty Images Sport / Getty

The Boston Celtics have signed head coach Brad Stevens to a contract extension, the team announced Wednesday.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

"Brad is an accomplished coach and an outstanding person," Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck said in a statement. "We are proud to have him lead our team forward in our quest for Banner 18."

Stevens has coached the Celtics since 2013-14. He owns a 318-245 regular-season record with Boston and a 27-29 mark in the postseason. The 17th head coach in the legendary franchise's history, he's the fifth Celtics bench boss to win at least 300 games at the helm.

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