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Brian Scalabrine may have hung up the headband, but that doesn’t mean he can’t still bring a solid game.
The former Celtic was back on the court in Boston recently, taking on some one-on-one challengers for 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher and Rich. Let’s just say Scalabrine got the better of most of his challengers (who were required to send in tryout videos to prove they were up to snuff).
The cumulative score was 44-6 over four games. Not too bad for a guy who averaged a minute a game as his NBA career wound down.
Check out Scalabrine’s moves in the video below.
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For some odd reason, people foolishly believed they could beat Brian Scalabrine one-on-one. Ya know, because he was the goofy white guy that sat at the end of the bench during this NBA career. If you remember, we told you about Scalabrine offering a challenge in Boston about month ago anyone who wanted to play him, with the intention of completely obliterating them once he got them...
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Video: You can not stop Brian Scalabrine
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