The Celtics need for point guard depth might be answered in June’s NBA Draft, and they stayed local to get a look at what is out there for future prospects.

Former Northeastern point guard Jon Lee finished his second workout in the past week today with the Celtics in Waltham. Lee missed the first nine games of this past season for the Huskies with a foot injury, but returned to average 13.4 points and four assists a game. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound left-handed point guard worked out for the Celtics on Sunday and was ecstatic that his first and second workouts with an NBA team before the draft were with Boston.

“I went in there and I gave it my all,” Lee told the Herald. “It was an awesome experience.”

Reported by Tom Layman of the Boston Herald