Celtics second-round pick E'Twaun Moore has officially signed with Benetton Treviso of the Italian Lega Serie A, according to ESPN's Chris Forsberg.
The deal includes an opt-out clause that will allow Moore to return to the NBA if the lockout ends during his new team's season.
Sportando.net reported on July 25 that the 22-year-old guard had agreed to terms with Cimberio Varese, also of Lega Serie A. Forsberg says that deal was not finalized "in part because of Moore's desire to have a non-restrictive opt-out clause."
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In February, the Boston Celtics were involved in trade deadline talks with the Houston Rockets involving center Dwight Howard.
It appears the team still has interest in the free-agent big man.
According to ESPN, the Celtics have secured a meeting with Howard after July 1.
Howard, 30, became a free agent after declining a player option that would have paid him more the $23 million in 2016-17