The Celtics will reportedly offer Kristaps Porzingis a long-term contract extension in July upon the completion of a three-team trade sending the big man to Boston.

NBA insider Marc Stein reported an extension is the "expectation" between the two parties. A handshake agreement to discuss an extension was likely a condition of Porzingis opting into his $36 million player option for the 2023-24 season.

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported the Celtics will send Malcolm Brogdon to the Los Angeles Clippers and Danilo Gallinari to the Washington Wizards, while the Clippers are moving Marcus Morris, Amir Coffey and the No. 30 overall pick to the Wizards. While the larger framework of the deal is in place, the three teams remain at work to complete the deal.