"We've looked and I wish we had the money to add him. We could really use him. They turned him into a shooter but he can give you much more" (Rivers on Delfino)The most money the Celtics can offer him is the $1.96 bi-annual exception. Although it is rumored that the Bucks have expressed interest in signing Mickael Pietrus over Delfino, a handful of other teams will be offering Delfino more money than Boston. Unless he is willing to take a huge pay cut in order to play for a contender, it's high unlikely that he'll sign to the Celtics.
Delfino would be a great addition for the club because of his sharp shooting and one-on-one defense. He'd be a solid back up for Pierce and would solidify the bench, making it the best in the league (in my opinion).
The 29-year-old averaged nine points, four rebounds in 28.5 minutes a game last season for Milwaukee.