October is usually for apple picking, PSLs and wearing leather boots that go up to your labia, but as we know, 2020 has been unlike any year of our lives.
Normally, we don't pay too much attention to sports at #Dozzfeed. The only competition our staff cares about involve either make up, swivel chairs, or roses. That's why this year we were more invested in Game 6 of the NBA Finals than Lori Loughlin was in USC women's crew. If the Miami Heats had beaten the Los Angeles Lakers the Bachelorette would've been delayed an entire week! Needless to say that would be the biggest tragedy of 2020.
Thankfully, the star of Trainwreck, LeBron James was able to keep the Bachelorette premiere on schedule. YASSSS King!
I know you'll be busy watching that tonight, but in honor of the Los Angeles Lakers tying their biggest rival, the Boston Celtics (Wait, that can't be right? Why would they be rivals if they're so far away?) with 17 basketball championships here's 17 players who played for the Lakers and Celtics. Oh wait, my boss just mansplained to me that the Celtics and Lakers are like the Jennifer Anniston and Angelina Jolie of the NBA. Apparently the Celtics won 17 championships in 21 attempts, while it took the Lakers 32 tries!
1. Von Wafer (Lakers 2005-06; Celtics 2010-11)
2. Troy Murphy (Celtics 2011; Lakers 2011-2012)
3. Brandon Bass (Celtics 2011- 2015; Lakers 2015-16)
4. Ernie DiGregorio (Lakers 1977-78; Celtics 1978)
5. Avery Bradley (Celtics 2010-2017; Lakers 2019-Present)
6. Bryan Shaw (Celtics 1988-89, 1990-92; Lakers 1999-2003)
7. Shaquille O'Neal (Lakers 1996-2004; Celtics 2010-11)
8. Kermit Washington (Lakers 1973-77; Celtics 1977-78)
9. Bob McAdoo (Celtics 1979; Lakers 1981-85)
10. Rick Fox (Celtics 1991-97; Lakers 1997-2004)
11. Rajon Rondo (Celtics 2006-2014; Lakers 2018-Present)
12. MarShon Brooks (Celtics 2013-14; Lakers 14)
13. Isaiah Thomas (Celtics 2015-2017; Lakers 2018)
14. Gary Payton (Lakers 2003-04; Celtics 2004-05)
15. Vander Blue (Celtics 2014; Lakers 2015, 2017-18)
16. Don Nelson (Lakers 1963-64; Celtics 1965-1976)
17. Hank Finkel (Lakers 1966-67; Celtics 1969-1975)