Hold on Celtics fans, it seems like Boston isn't done yet! After finally acquiring Kyrie Irving via trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Boston Celtics are looking to make one more big move as the offseason slowly comes to an end. Brad Stevens' squad had an awesome last year as they finished first overall in the Eastern Conference standings for the first time since the 2007/2008 season. They had a 53-29 record last season and reached the Conference Finals, where they were eliminated by the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Because they believed that they were behind the Cavaliers in terms of quality, the Celtics decided to retool their roster this summer.

They moved Avery Bradley to the Pistons in exchange for Marcus Morris and signed Gordon Hayward via free agency. Isaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder are also no longer with the team as they were sent to Cleveland in the Kyrie Irving trade. With all this being said, the Celtics still have one more roster spot left to fill and a former number one draft pick might be joining them.

Bogut headed to Boston?

Adam Himmelsbach of the Boston Globe shared in his report that the Boston Celtics will consider signing Andrew Bogut this offseason. He also reported that the Celtics will not rush to fill their open roster spot, but Bogut will definitely be one of the candidates. According to Himmelsbach, Bogut considered signing with Boston last February before ultimately agreeing to a deal with the Cavaliers.

Considering that Boston is over the salary cap and they eventually reached an agreement with Bogut, he will be able to sign a deal just for the veteran's minimum. Bogut was the first overall pick back in the 2005 NBA Draft, drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks, and he spent the first seven seasons of his career with the Bucks. In 2012 he joined the Golden State Warriors and won a NBA championship with the Warriors.

Bogut holds career averages of 10.0 points, 8.9 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.6 blocks per game. He is a seven-foot, defensive minded center with great passing skills. The Celtics will undoubtedly benefit from having him on the roster if he's able to stay healthy.

Hill injured

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported yesterday (on Sunday) that Solomon Hill will likely miss six to eight months of playing time as he underwent surgery to repair his torn left hamstring.

Hill's injury reportedly occurred during a basketball workout in Los Angeles earlier this summer. The 26-year-old Hill was the 23rd pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, drafted by the Indiana Pacers. Hill joined the Pelicans in 2016 and last season he averaged 7.0 points and 3.8 rebounds per game in 80 games played for New Orleans. The 6-foot-7 small forward holds career averages of 6.4 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game while shooting an average of 40 percent from the field.