You can erase another name off the Celtics ‘ list of free agent targets this offseason after Anthony Morrow agreed to a sign-and-trade deal  that would send him from the Warriors to the Nets  for New Jersey’s second-round pick in 2011. Earlier this month, reports had emerged that the C’s were looking at adding Morrow as a sharpshooter off the bench. He led the NBA in 3-point field goal percentage as a rookie in 2008-09 at 46.7 percent.
Morrow, who signed as an undrafted free agent out of Georgia Tech in 2008, averaged 13.0 points per game for Golden State last season, up from his 10.1 the season before. Instead of Morrow, the Celtics may have to get their shooting off the bench from old friend Nate Robinson  as they reportedly are closing in on a deal to bring him back to Boston.