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I’m making a list and checking it twice. Gonna find out if we’re slumping or nice.

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Tis the season to be shopping, and I’ve got a few ideas of what to get for each Boston Celtics player. Obviously I could just ask for perfect health and super-powers but I’m going to try to stick to things that are actually things mortal beings can purchase (or provide in some way).

Here’s my list, feel free to add to it in the comments section below.

Aron Baynes - A really, really large bathrobe with a map of Australia on the back. That’s all I’m gonna say.

Jaylen Brown - Driving gloves, a driver golf club, a limo driver, and a motivational book called Drive. (sensing a theme?)

PJ Dozier - Two words. Gino time. (I know we can’t buy this, but I think the team can pull together and provide him some more opportunities)

Gordon Hayward – A video highlight package of his best plays in Utah. Ok, and lots of video games.

Al Horford – An extended spa weekend. Big Al has spent a whole lot of time in the last few years carrying this team on his shoulders (and knees). A good massage and some down time would likely do him some good.

Kyrie Irving – A globe. Just for laughs.

Marcus Morris – A big stack of “I’m sorry” notes from everyone who doubted him this offseason. Starting with mine.

Semi Ojeleye – His own private gym called the Ojeleye Factory, which will of course need to be built with thick, jacked frames on top of a solid foundation.

Terry Rozier – The Terry Rosé wine from Drew Bledsoe’s winery.

Jayson Tatum – A gourmet tacos cookbook.

Daniel Theis – The game Operation. He just needs a little practice not touching (fouling) people’s arms.

Brad Wanamaker - Rest days for the Celtics guards.

Robert Williams – His own t-shirt.

Guerschon Yabusele – A toy dancing bear.

That’s all I’ve got for today. got some better ideas? Share them in the comments below.