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Video: C’s welcome back Scal & Thibs

RedsArmyAdmin November 6, 2010 Uncategorized 18 Comments



 

Via Chris Forsberg… here's the video "thank you" the C's played during the first timeout for Brian Scalabrine and Tom Thibodeau. 

Follow the link for the crowd's, and Thibs', reaction to his intro at the start of the game.

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  • Antonio

    Great to know that The Boston Celtics Organization and fans,have class. This city appreciates hard work.

  • Kberna713

    This is awesome I miss Scal.

  • jared

    Man we are so classy

  • Joseph 17-16 (it’s just a matter of time)

    Classy???? Boston fans are the biggest a**holes in all of sports. This is why it was so great to see the Suckdics lose Game 7 and have the hearts of Boston fans ripped to shreds.

  • CFH

    Ah, irony.

  • 9kpafun

    …Boston fans are the biggest a**holes in all of sports..
    True or not;
    It’s always funny to hear a Kobe fan have ANYTHING to say on the subject.
    Love, peace and pangolins.

  • Tim (FD)

    Anybody know where I can find the Paul Pierce tribute video they played last night at the Garden??
    It was awesome.

  • Alex

    Holy crap, the irony is amazing in this one.

  • piecz

    classy

  • http://jtshoopsblog.blogspot.com jtshoopsblog

    Hilarious considering Scal barely played while he was with the Celtics

  • Cletics:17 > Fakers:11

    Just proves Laker fans have no respect.

  • Cletics:17 > Fakers:11

    Just proves Laker fans have no respect.

  • Cletics:17 > Fakers:11

    Joseph is jealous lakers don’t have the fan base like Boston has.

  • Cletics:17 > Fakers:11

    Joseph is jealous lakers don’t have the fan base like Boston has.

  • green8teen

    what’s hilarious?

  • Jinno Rufino is Gay

    Classy Video Tribute.

  • itsthatbradguy

    SCAL!!!!
    Painful seeing him in another uniform. I’ll miss him as a Celtic.

  • Joseph 17-16 (it’s just a matter of time)

    You have a mistake in your name. The Lakers have 16 championships. After this year it will be 17. The NBA acknowledges it, why don’t you?