EuroLeague guard Brad Wanamaker is finalizing a deal to join the Boston Celtics next season, league sources told ESPN.
Wanamaker, 28, is committed to joining a Celtics backcourt that heads into the summer unsure about the future of guard Marcus Smart, who will be a restricted free agent.
Wanamaker completed a strong season in the EuroLeague, where he reached the final four with Turkish power Fenerbache. He was voted second-team all-EuroLeague this season.
Wanamaker had discussed NBA deals with several teams over the past two years. Wanamaker was an undrafted four-year player out of the University of Pittsburgh in 2011. He has played for seven European teams since leaving college. He is a Philadelphia native.
Wanamaker played part of a season in the NBA D-League, winning a title with the Austin Toros in 2012.
Wanamaker has drawn a good deal of NBA and elite European team interest in the past two years.