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During retirement and the lockout, Wally Szczerbiak and Brian Scalabrine have combined forces to solve some of the biggest mysteries in the NBA while transforming into two of the 80's most prominent educational cartoon characters.

See if you can help them answer these questions:

-What city are they in?

-What building are they outside of?

-Who are the people in the blurry picture (inset)?

For these answers and more watch the interesting and good 'Requiem for a Team' documentary

Sorry for not being entirely Celtics' related but there's no rules in a f#^&*$@! lockout!

Dane(a) B(arros) 8/25/2011 03:00:00 PM Edit
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6 Responses so far.

  1. Oh hello, I'm here, in Long Island.

  2. YGR says:

    The people in the blurry picture look like Craig Sager and Barrack Obama. lol. just a guess.

  3. DH says:

    They are in Seattle in front of the Key Arena. And Stern is the space needle, hahahahah! I agree with YGR that the guy on the left is Sager. Can't tell who the guy on the right is. Probably something that has to do with Seattle since Scal is from Seattle and Wally played there?

  4. DH says:

    Is the other guy in the blurry photo Delonte?

  5. Nope. The two people in the photo are Howard Schultz (CEO of Starbucks and former owner of the Sonics) and Clay Bennett (former owner of the Sonics, current owner of thunder). There was a lot of shady stuff that went on during this deal that I didn't know happened. The documentary is interesting to check out if you guys are done preparing for Irene!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9Dp20ydm1E

  6. I thought the guys in the blurry picture looked more like a gay couple who got married in New York. I could be wrong though.

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