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Oshae Brissett opts out of 2024-2025 player option, becomes a free agent

The first of many dominoes has fallen in Boston’s offseason.

Per former CelticsBlogger and Spotrac’s Keith Smith, Oshae Brissett has officially opted out of his $2.46 million player option for the 24-25 season and becomes an unrestricted free agent. Losing Brissett obviously creates a hole in Boston’s wing depth behind Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum. During the regular season, he averaged 3.7 points and 2.9 rebounds in 11.5 minutes during the regular season. Look for sophomore Jordan Walsh to potentially fill that spot in the rotation as a versatile defender and energizer off the bench.

Signing Brissett was Boston’s first move last summer and in less than a year, he raised a Larry O’Brien.