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Former Celtics forward Brian Scalabrine has always been known for his humor.
The fan favorite was at it again Tuesday as he pretended to be an NBA Store employee. Scalabrine posed as “Justin,” an employee who just happened to be a pretty big Celtics fan. Scal pushed Boston merchandise to various patrons in the store and surprisingly, there were not many fans who recognized the former player.
Check out Scalabrine’s retail skills in the video below.
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