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With Wednesday's news that the salary cap projects to rise from $112.4 million last season to $123.6 million for the 2022-23 campaign, the impact of that leap includes the taxpayer mid-level exception now having a worth of $6.5 million for the league year that starts this evening at 6 p.m. ET.

The rise in value from the initial estimate of $6.4 million translates to nearly an additional quarter of a million dollars over the life of a deal for the full three-year taxpayer mid-level exception.

As the Celtics look to utilize their most valuable resource for adding talent without needing to part with any players or picks, here are some potential targets to monitor in free agency.

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