BOSTON — Avery Bradley agreed to a $32 million, four-year deal to remain with the Boston Celtics.

Agent Mitchell Butler confirms the deal Wednesday for Bradley, the No. 19 pick in the 2010 draft.

Bradley averaged a career-best 14.9 points in 60 games last season as the starting point guard while Rajon Rondo was recovering from a torn knee ligament. Bradley can play either guard spot and is a strong defender.

The Celtics extended a qualifying offer to Bradley on Monday, making him a restricted free agent and allowing them to match any offer he received from another team.

ROCKETS: Prized free agent Carmelo Anthony visited Houston and was greeted with images of him in two Rockets uniforms.

A day after visiting the Bulls, the New York Knicks’ star continued his tour in Houston.

A video board outside the Toyota Center depicted one image of Anthony in Houston’s white uniform with red lettering and another in a retro red and yellow uniform.

Between the pictures was Anthony’s logo with the word `Melo’ in it.

He was wearing his No. 7 in both renderings, despite the fact that current Rocket Jeremy Lin wears that number.

The Rockets would likely have to unload the point guard to snag Anthony.

Lin responded to the snub on Twitter with a bible verse. He tweeted the verse Luke 6:29: “If someone slaps you on one cheek, turn to them the other also. If someone takes your coat, do not withhold your shirt from them.”

He later tweeted a much stronger response.

“Im entitled to standup for myself/say i felt disrespected as i did thru tweet but point is love unconditionally/as jesus loved me,” Lin tweeted.

BUCKS: Jason Kidd was formally introduced as coach at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

NETS: Brooklyn reached an agreement in principle with Lionel Hollins to become coach.

Hollins led Memphis to 56 victories and the 2013 Western Conference finals before he and the Grizzlies parted ways. The Nets considered him last year before hiring Jason Kidd.