INDIANAPOLIS — The Boston Celtics made one trade Friday night, and it looks as if Jeff Green also could be on the move.

Green was pulled from the starting lineup moments before Boston’s 107-103 overtime loss at Indiana. He did not suit up and wasn’t listed on the injury report.

A person with knowledge of the talks told The Associated Press that the Celtics and Grizzlies were discussing a deal that would send Green to Memphis. Negotiations stretched late into the night, with the teams discussing other players and draft picks, as well as possibly adding a third team to the mix.

Green is averaging a team-best 17.6 points, but the Celtics (12-22) are rebuilding and the Grizzlies are contending in the tough Western Conference. All Boston Coach Brad Stevens would say about Green’s absence is he also won’t be with the team this weekend.

“It’s all part of the business and we’re all professionals,” Celtics guard Avery Bradley said. “All we can do is focus on the game, even Jeff. He was focused as well, and we still don’t know what’s going on.”

The Celtics erased a 13-point deficit in the final 8:34 of regulation and forced overtime when Bradley hit a 3-pointer with 4.3 seconds left. Bradley led Boston with 23 points.

Clearly, though, the wheeling-and-dealing has created some strange circumstances for the Celtics.

“It was very different,” Stevens said. “It changes your pregame speech a little bit. It’s a jolt to your system.”

The Celtics did announce a trade with Phoenix, sending Brandan Wright to the Suns for a protected first-round draft pick. The 6-foot-10 Wright joined the Celtics in the Dec. 18 trade that sent guard Rajon Rondo to the Mavericks.

Boston received a draft pick, which originally belonged to Minnesota and is top-12 protected in 2015 and 2016. If the pick is not used by 2016, then the Timberwolves would give up their second-round picks in 2016 and 2017.