I am the history. I am the legend. I am this moment. I am one of 18,624. I am the sixth man. I am three at the buzzer. I am on my feet. I am not Hollywood. I am not South Beach. I am Causeway Street. I am home. I am a Celtic.
Dedicated to celebrating the most storied franchise in basketball, the Boston Celtics.
“I loved the kid the first day of practice. He laid on the floor after his first training camp — laying on the ground with nothing left — and I said, ‘We’ve got to go again tonight.’ He went, ‘Huh?’ I said we did two-a-days, and he was like, ‘Oh my.’ But that night he came and he laid it on the ground, played on the line, laying on the ground, playing on the line. At the end, he was laying on the ground, and I said to him, ‘Now we do two again tomorrow.’ He looked up at me and said, ‘Man, this is going to be a job.’ He hasn’t changed since then, he’s just got better. His ability to compete at a high level for such a long time, his love of the game, his competitive nature, it really is fun to watch.”