ESPN Boston has an article that has Boston athletes talking about their favorite Halloween costumes. Sheed's answer has to be the quote of the day.
Rasheed Wallace, Celtics forward: "I never dressed up. Nah, we used to snatch bags from kids that did dress up."
You know, somehow I don't doubt that. He probably still does it.
Here are a couple of other Celtics' answers.
Marquis Daniels, Celtics guard: "I was dressed up like Lester Hudson one time. Have you ever seen him? [Laughs, as he's talking about his teammate sitting nearby.] No, actually, I was a pirate with an eye patch and a little fake hook and all that stuff, fake earring, fake gold tooth."
I love the camaraderie on this team. Chemistry off the court leads to great chemistry on the court.
Shelden Williams, Celtics forward: "I'm trying to think of the last time on Halloween that I got dressed up. I was a monster I think. I made my own mask and everything. That was probably my best one because I actually made it."
Bill Walker, Celtics forward: "I was always a ghost, like Casper. I'd always cut up the sheet and do the Casper thing."
Kendrick Perkins, Celtics center: "The first Superman thing, yeah, the original Superman."