Chris Babb literally has no idea where he'll be 24 hours from now.

His second, 10-day contract expires Thursday and it's unclear if the Celtics intend on keeping him around for what will have to be the rest of the season.

"I've given all I got, so I feel good about that," Babb told CSNNE.com.

Although his numbers -- 2.2 points and 1.3 rebounds in 11.5 minutes per game -- don't blow anyone away, there's no mistaking the 6-foot-5 wing has made a strong impression on his teammates and the coaching staff.

He's hoping to follow in the footsteps of Chris Johnson, who came to the Celtics via a 10-day contract and parlayed that into a multiyear deal.

When the Boston signed Babb to a 10-day, one of the first things he was told was to watch video of Johnson, who didn't wow the C's with big numbers. Instead he just played hard, made a few shots, and competed every moment he was on the floor.

Babb has done the same in his time with the Celtics, approaching every game as if if it's Day 10 of his 10-day deal.