Free agent Marquis Daniels has agreed to terms with the Celtics, according to reports in the Boston Herald and Boston Globe.

The Pacers guard, on the heels of averaging 13.6 points per game last season and logging significant minutes after Mike Dunleavy, Jr.'s injury, will reportedly sign for the Celtics' $1.9 million biannual or factor into a sign-and-trade deal between Boston and Indiana.

Last month, the Pacers declined Daniels' $7.3 million option, immediately freeing him to shop his services elsewhere.

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