Former Celtics guard Terrence Williams, who played two games for Turk Telekom before leaving the Turkish League team last month, is eyeing a stint in the NBA Development League. And, according to a league source, there is mutual interest between Williams and the Maine Red Claws, the Celtics' D League affiliate.

That interest, however, does not guarantee that Williams will join the Red Claws, currently in second place in the East Division. Williams must sign with the D League and then go through the waiver claim process. In order for him to land with the Red Claws, he would need to be passed on by other teams.

Williams, who has played for four NBA teams, signed on with the Celtics via a 10-day contract last February. In March, the Celts re-signed him to a full contract, but they waived him in June. He played 24 games for the C's, averaging 4.6 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game.

While still a member of the Celtics, Williams was arrested last May in a gun incident in Washington involving the mother of his son. Charges were never brought in the case.

Williams, 26, was drafted 11th overall out of Louisville in 2009 by the New Jersey Nets.