We don’t know what Danny Ainge did before 1:30 a.m. ET on Tuesday night. But it apparently inspired him to get a little feisty on the internet.
As most of us slept, the Boston Celtics president of basketball operations logged onto Twitter to have some fun at his players’ expense.
Ainge’s first target: forward Jaylen Brown.
The University of California’s athletic director, Jim Knowlton, posted a pretty cool video of Brown tickling the ivory at his former school.
But Ainge savagely knocked the 21-year-old down a couple pegs — before moving to his next victim, Terry Rozier.
After a video surfaced of the Celtics guard tearing it up in a pickup game, Ainge brought the heat by essentially calling Rozier’s opponents scrubs.
No Celtics player is safe when Ainge gets behind the keyboard.
We should note Ainge’s comments are all in jest, and that he’s long enjoyed ribbing his players on the internet. But it certainly doesn’t get old watching the person primarily responsible for Boston’s personnel moves roast his roster on Twitter.
Keep doing you, Danny.
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