May 6, 2012; Boston, MA USA; Boston Celtics power forward Brandon Bass (30) shoots over the Atlanta Hawks in the fourth quarter of game four in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals of the 2012 NBA Playoffs at the TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-US PRESSWIRE

Brandon Bass Signs 3-Year Contract To Return To Celtics

The Celtics' forward will make around $20 million over the course of the deal.

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Brandon Bass Stays With Boston Celtics, Signs 3-Year Deal, According To Report

The Boston Celtics have been very busy this offseason. They have already made Kevin Garnett the highest-paid player in NBA history, picked up Fab Melo and Jared Sullinger in the 2012 NBA Draft and are hard at work attempting to bring back Ray Allen. They will also bring back a key component of the 2011-12 Celtics squad that made it all the way to the Eastern Conference Finals.

The Celtics have agreed to a new three-year deal with power forward Brandon Bass, according to Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald.

In Bass' first season with the Celtics in 2011-12, he set career highs for himself in minutes per game (with 31.7) and points per game (with 12.5).

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