Evan Fournier greets C's fans with trolling tweet after trade


Looks like the newest member of the Boston Celtics is a jokester.

The Celtics reportedly acquired veteran wing Evan Fournier from the Orlando Magic on Thursday, a trade Fournier confirmed by updating his Twitter bio to read "Guard for the Celtics."

While he was at it, the 28-year-old France native also tweeted a message to Celtics fans:

Seems innocuous, right? Well, it's not. In fact, Fournier's nickname on his Basketball Reference page is "Don't Google."

If you haven't yet searched for "Fournier," we'd advise you not to. But if you want to know what the fuss is about, just avoid the "Image" results.

What Celtics fans need to know about Evan Fournier

(We'll put this delicately: In addition to being Evan's last name, "Fournier" also can refer to "Fournier Gangrene," an infection in a sensitive area of the male anatomy.)

So, it sounds like the Celtics' new addition has a sense of humor. He's also a pretty good player: Fournier is averaging a career-high 19.7 points per game this season while shooting 46.1% and 38.8% from 3-point range.