1 Free Agent from each team in the Northwest Division

The Houdini looks at Celtics free agent targets from the Thunder, Wolves, Blazers, Jazz, and Nuggets.
The Celtics should pursue any of these 5 free agents
The Celtics should pursue any of these 5 free agents / Justin Ford/GettyImages
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Denver Nuggets: Justin Holiday

Justin Holiday could be headed for a reunion with his brother Jrue on the Boston Celtics. The forward delivered valuable minutes in the playoffs for the Denver Nuggets. During the regular season, he averaged four points on 45% shooting overall, 40% from three, and 75% from the foul line.

The oldest Holiday brother averaged 4.6 points against the Wolves on 50% shooting from three in the seven-game semi-final series.

The NBA journeyman has played over 12 years in the association with stints on the Sixers, Warriors, Hawks, Bulls, Knicks, Grizzlies, Pacers, Kings, Mavericks, and Nuggets. Justin won a title with the Golden State Warriors in his second season in 2015.

His last few seasons have seen dips in production, but he still averages a career eight points and 2.7 rebounds on 37% of his threes. The Cs would add experience, length, and chemistry with this addition.