A curious Jess Camerato went digging into the offseason activities of some Celtics players.
Brandon Bass: “I do my own grocery shopping because I know exactly what I want. I go to Whole Foods whenever I feel like I need to. I’ll buy my favorite fruits – papaya, mango, bananas. I’ve got this smoothie I make that’s my favorite, it’s so good. If I don’t have vegetables at home to juice, I’ll get vegetables. Then I might get some water and different kinds of nuts. Sometimes people stop me. If they don’t stop me, they smile and kind of let me know they know who I am.”
Courtney Lee: “I definitely do my own laundry. It’s not too difficult for me to put my whites in the whites bin and my darks in the darks bin and just throw it in the wash. Growing up I used to throw them in all at once, and now you see the importance putting the whites together so they can stay white. My mother used to do the laundry, I tried to help and I caught on from her. I have a lady I’ve had for six years clean my house in the summertime. When it comes to the winter I don’t really like having new people come to my house (in the city where I play). You never know what people’s intentions are.”
Shavlik Randolph: “Honestly, I just do a lot of nothing – relaxing, watching a lot of TV, catching up. If I’m not playing basketball, if I’m not doing something related to my career, if I’m not playing the piano, I’m probably sitting on my couch watching TV. I like comedy, anything funny. I’m a big Will Ferrell fan. I’m a big National Geographic Channel fan – I like watching ‘Locked Up Abroad.’ I’m a big music fan, I love listening to music. That’s pretty much it.”
Ooh…. I love Locked Up Abroad. I recently saw a great episode about a group of stoners busted for trying to smuggle pot out of Mexico in the 70s. They ended up tunneling their way out of this raggedy ass prison.
Has free-agency started yet?