Former Boston Celtics reserve point guard Brad Wanamaker thanked Celtics fans on Twitter after signing a $ 2 million deal for the Golden State Warriors on Saturday afternoon

The two-year NBA veteran came to Boston from Europe at the beginning of the 2018/19 season and averaged 5 years old, 9 points, 17 rebounds and 22 points per game as Celtic, leader in free throw rates last season

In its Twitter goodbye message, the Pitt product roughly opened its time in green and white, where it has played a bigger role than intended with professionalism for the past two seasons

“Signed my first and second lol NBA contracts with a great organization I loved maturing with all of my teammates and coaches I came across my two seasons there I wish you all the best for the future and I am always grateful for my time there ”

Wanamaker may never have been the most noticeable player on the team, the best shot, or the best scorer

But he was a rock when it came to getting his job done for a team that had a roller coaster ride of a lifetime while he was on their list

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