Found September 27, 2012 on Celtics Life:
Zona Dostres this week sat down with Brian Scalabrine to of course discuss his European playing experience and his future. The following question I felt got the most interesting answer out of Scal. Zona Dostres: "Where do you picture yourself in, let’s say, ten years from now?" Brian Scalabrine: "That’s a good question, but I will answer that question for you -I’m not a long-term planner, I’m more a short-term planner. I have that kind of mindset -what can I do now, what can I do to improve. But ten years from now I picture myself being a color commentator for the Boston Celtics, following the team around. Still working on my job, getting better and better. If I could do that for the next ten years or the next thirty years I would be really happy. That’s my new goal now, be attached to basketball and learning from new players and stuff like that. That’s what I think now but hey, maybe I’ll play again in Europe and who know (laughs). To be honest with you I really mi...
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