Evan Hilbert
Friday December 9th, 2011

The Boston Celtics have acquired point guard Keyon Dooling from the Milwaukee Bucks, the Boston Globe has reported. The team is expected to announce the move tomorrow once training camp opens.

The Celtics are reportedly going to send a second round draft pick to Milwaukee in exchange for Dooling, who will likely act as a backup to Rajon Rondo. Dooling averaged 7.1 points and three assists a game last season for the Bucks. Drafted in 2001, Dooling has bounced around a bit, starting his career in Los Angeles with the Clippers, and later played for the Miami Heat, Orlando Magic, and New Jersey Nets prior to joining the Bucks in 2010.

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