Stripped Down Boston Celtics Stars: Players Lock out Team Uniforms

July 9th, 2011 by William Russo Leave a reply »

Boston Celtics players have generally removed their team logos and pictures showcasing their uniforms, in the social network locker room, in light of the lockout. Photos of players in their respective team jerseys are now rarer than hen's teeth.

Before your palpitating hearts go on a tear, please bear in mind that the modest players of the NBA may have discarded their uniforms, but they still wear fashionable clothing suitable to a runway double dribble.

This may be in retaliation for the owners stripping their team websites of any and all mentions of their former players like Kevin Garnett, Rajon Rondo, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen.

Since there are only a few current Celtics likely to be on the team whenever it plays, we believe the Celtics now have a delete advantage over other teams.

Stripped out of their uniforms and logos, Celtics players are not quite naked yet. Yet, they may not want to spend their suspended salaries on peacock finery for a while.

Dwight Howard is planking in bland and unbranded shorts, and Kevin Durant tweets pictures wherein he wears silk pajamas.

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