Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens stopped by the Red Sox spring training facility Sunday in Fort Myers, Fla., so you know NBC Sports Boston's Camera Guys had to get a few minutes with the man of the hour.
Stevens, of course, is an Indiana native. And he's a master at running set plays. So you know Glenn Gleason and Bill "Moose" Messina had to ask him if he'd ever consider installing the iconic "Picket Fence" play run by coach Norman Dale in the movie "Hoosiers".
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"I’ve heard of the play," Stevens told Moose. "I need to go back and look at it closer."
Not to worry, Brad.
"We’re tape eaters," Glenn interjected. "We can get it done for you!"
The Celtics resume their regular season post-All-Star break on Thursday with a huge tilt in Milwaukee against the Bucks, who sport the NBA's best record. Tip off is 8 p.m. on NBC Sports Boston.
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