This should look familiar to Celtics fans: the stadium-wide lust for Scala-dreamy. Even the Bulls bench gets into this one.
The editing to enhance drama on this video is fantastic. But I've gotta say, the part where the crowd laughs gleefully when he sinks a relatively tough shot makes me feel bad for the guy.
'Yaay! Look at the big, doofy redhead! He actually made a bucket! That's just a riot!'
So what do I do when I start pitying the novelty of said doofus? I go to ShamSports.com and take a peek at player salaries. For being laughed at a lot and playing ball a little, Brian Scalabrine is making 1, 229, 255 this year.
Yeah. Laugh on.
Hopes that the Celtics would have Gordon Hayward back in the lineup later this year were dashed last night by Hayward's agent, Mark Bartelstein.
Hayward underwent surgery Wednesday night for a fractured and dislocated left tibia, and Celtics coach Brad Stevens had said earlier in the day that Hayward's prognosis would be better known after doctors saw the extent of the damage. When the operation was over, Bartelstein told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski not to expect Hayward to play again this season.
But there is good news:
“We’re expecting this to be a full recovery,” Stevens had said earlier. “No timeline on it, but a full recovery.”
0:41 - Michael Holley, Tom Giles, and Kayce Smith give their thoughts on Kyrie Irving’s struggles, not having Gordon Hayward, and the Celtics losing for the 2nd time in as many nights.
6:31 - A. Sherrod Blakely joins BST to discuss the message delivered by Hayward to the fans before the game, what was going on with Kyrie’s shot, and why they failed in stopping The Greek Freak.
10:33 - Albert Breer joins BST to preview the Falcons/Patriots Sunday night game and if Atlanta is in the middle of a Super Bowl hangover.
15:40 - In a new game called On The Clock, each person gets 40 seconds to rant on their selected subject including if Red Sox fans can root for the Yankees if the playoffs and how painful the Bruins season will be.