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Pruitt Agrees To Terms

Bulpett reports:

The Celtics have agreed to terms with second-round pick Gabe Pruitt.

Negotiations with fellow second-rounder Glen Davis are said to be ongoing, but neither side anticipates a problem.

Pruitt, taken 32nd overall, will be brought along slowly as the Celts work with him at the point.

Davis, chosen at No. 35, could take a bigger role — especially if he loses more weight and gets in better shape.

Danny Ainge said the club expected to have the two signed soon, and it appears now their signatures won’t hit the contracts until after the holiday weekend.

They also officially signed Thibodeau.

Update: Marc Spears has the details:

The Celtics are happy with the terms of the contract for Pruitt, which is expected to pay $650,000 this upcoming season, $711,517 during the 2008-09 season and $729,005 during the 2009-10 season.

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