Spurs will cut Danilo Gallinari, who will sign with Boston

In the process of decomposition, the San Antonio Spurs will terminate the contract of Danilo Gallinari. The Italian arrived at the Texan franchise as part of the transfer of Dejounte Murray to the Hawks. His contract had one year left at about $20 million, some of which he will reduce by becoming an unrestricted free agent. Once 48 hours have passed without anyone claiming his record, Gallinari will be able to sign for any team. Being expected to do so by a figure close to the average exception. That is, between 6 and 10 million annually.

According to advance Adrian Wojnarowski, his signing with the Boston Celtics is practically closed. Even before he left Atlanta, his move to Massachusetts was the talk of the town, and now the Celtics will be able to add depth to his small forward position. About to turn 34, Gallinari is still a born scorer from the second unit. Precisely one of the failures of Ime Udoka’s team during the key moments of the season. Last year, the transalpine forward averaged 25 minutes per night adding 11.7 points.

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