Former Indiana forward Juwan Morgan is going back to the NBA on a 10-day contract.

The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported on Monday that the Boston Celtics are signing Morgan to a 10-day contract as the NBA enters the final few games of the regular season. Morgan has been a member of the Maine Celtics in the G-League.

Morgan was not selected in the 2019 NBA Draft out of Indiana. However, he’s spent time in the G-League and NBA over the past 3 seasons.

Between stops with the Utah Jazz and Toronto Raptors, Morgan has played in 51 games, averaging 5 points and 4 rebounds during that time. He appeared in 9 postseason contests while with the Jazz, averaging 2.6 rebounds and 1.1 points over the two years in the playoffs.

Morgan was a two-time All-B1G selection during his time with the Hoosiers.

Boston currently sits atop the Eastern Conference standings with a 47-28 record. The Celtics have 7 games remaining on the schedule with the Raptors, Heat, Pacers, Wizards, Bulls, Bucks and Grizzlies still left to play.