Sharp passes aren’t the only things Celtics players Rajon Rondo and Jared Sullinger were dishing out this Thanksgiving.
The pair made their way to the Jordan Boys & Girls Club in Chelsea, Mass., to celebrate a holiday treat. The Boston Celtics’ charity, the Shamrock Foundation, made a gift of musical resources to the local children.
Rondo and Sullinger jumped right in and tried out some of the gifts, including guitars, music editing programs and virtual music games, and Rondo put quite the beating on his Celtics counterpart, demolishing the Boston rookie in a friendly music game. But both agreed that the bigger winner on the day was the children, who will have access to music that few kids their age get to enjoy.
Check out the video above to see more about the gift and what Rondo and Sullinger had to say about the special day on NESN Daily.