Jae Crowder's five-year, $35 million deal with the Celtics is now official.
Jae Crowder said he is happy with the Celtics offseason moves.
Jae Crowder (knee) said his knee feels 100 percent.
Jae Crowder has agreed to a five-year, $35 million deal with the Celtics, with the entire salary guaranteed through the 2019-20 season.
The Mavericks are reportedly interested in bringing Jae Crowder back to Dallas.
The Celtics have extended a qualifying offer to Jae Crowder which will make him a restricted free agent.
Jae Crowder is still confident that the Celtics will retain him in restricted free agency this summer.
Celtics general manager Danny Ainge said that Jae Crowder is making "great strides" in his recovery from a left knee sprain.
Celtics' president Rich Gotham stated on Thursday that signing Jae Crowder as a restricted free agent this offseason will be a "priority" for the Celtics.
Celtics president Danny Ainge said Jae Crowder will receive a qualifying offer from the team.
According to the Boston Globe, the Celtics will likely extend Jae Crowder a qualifying offer of $1.1 million which would make him a restricted free agent.
Jae Crowder described J.R. Smith's play against him as a cheap shot.
Jae Crowder (knee) has been diagnosed with an ACL sprain and bone bruise, and he's expected to avoid surgery.
Jae Crowder is scheduled to undergo an MRI to determine the severity of the knee injury that he suffered during Sunday's Game 4 loss to the Cavs.