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Bayless, earning $3.1 million in the final year of his contract, has expressed a willingness to return to Boston next season and that feeling is mutual — assuming the Celtics have a need and he comes at the right price.
“You don’t know how all the numbers are going to work themselves out and all the different people, but he’s a good guy to have on your team,” Stevens said. “He’s bright, he thinks about the game on both ends of the floor, he’s physical, and he can score the ball in a flurry. I like him and I’d like to have him. At the same time, I don’t know how all that stuff is going to work itself out. I’m a big fan of Jerryd Bayless; I like him.”
ESPN Boston: Bayless is more for C’s
Bayless is a curious case for the Celtics. I like him as a combo guard who can spell both Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley. I think