MILWAUKEE -- As training camp officially opens for the Bucks, general manager John Hammond continues to tweak the team's roster.
Late Thursday night, according to The Associated Press, Hammond agreed to trade backup point guard Keyon Dooling, along with a protected second-round pick, to the Boston Celtics.
Dooling, 31, appeared in 80 games for Milwaukee last season, averaging 7.1 points and 3.0 assists. He became expendable when the Bucks obtained Beno Udrih and Shaun Livingston in a draft night trade.
Dooling was scheduled to make 2.1 million this season, a number that will now be cleared from under the salary cap.
What the Bucks will get in return for Dooling remains to be seen.