Danilo Gallinari: ‘I can’t wait to play against Boston…I’ll put an X on the games we will play at Boston’

Unfortunately, the 34-year-old was used as trade fodder, and he still has some hard feelings about it. On the Italian A Cresta Alta podcast, Gallinari revealed that he’s looking forward to exact revenge against the C’s next season. “I can’t wait to play against Boston,” he said. “When the schedule will be unveiled, I’ll put an X on the games we will play at Boston against the Celtics.”
Source: Daniel Donabedian @ Clutch Points

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