Originally written on Next Impulse Sports  |  Last updated 11/19/14

This isn’t a joke. Recently, in an interview with CSNNE.com, Celtics forward Darko Milicic said he is ready to do whatever it takes to help the C’s win this year — even if that means killing somebody.

“I’m done trying to prove I’m the No. 2 pick and that [expletive] stuff,” Milicic told CSNNE.com. “This year, it’s all about Celtics, to show that I am a team player. It’s not about me. It’s about us as a team.

Milicic added: “I’ll do whatever it takes, whatever I need to do to help this team. So now, if I have to go kill someone on the court, I’ll kill someone on the court.” [...]

“Whatever needs to be done for the team to be better,” Milicic added, “I’ll do it.”

Let me remind you that this is the same guy Rasheed Wallace said was crazy; and if Rasheed Wallace thinks you’re crazy, you are crazy. If you don’t believe me, watch this video:

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This was after his home country of Serbia lost to Greece in the European Championships back in 2007. The translation? ”I will find the referees, murder them and then [expletive] their daughters.” Yea, he said that.

If I was Ray Allen, I would avoid this guy at all costs when the Celtics and the Heat face off in the regular season opener. God knows what kinds of things KG is putting in this dude’s head.

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