With a major restructuring at the top of the Celtics food chain this offseason, Boston is searching for its next general manager. President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge retired this offseason and elevated former head coach Brad Stevens to take his place as president.
Bleacher Report’s Jake Fischer is reporting the Celtics are linked with Atlanta Hawks assistant general manager and former NBA player Landry Fields as a potential hire. On Tuesday, Fischer mentioned Nets assistant general manager Jeff Peterson and Pelicans assistant general manager Bryson Graham as names to keep an eye on for Boston.
Fischer had reported that Fields is a top choice, for the Celtics search party.