With the Celtics hovering around .500 this holiday season, fans will have plenty of wants.

There are the obvious ones: Wins, Avery Bradley back on the court and in a recent Bleacher Report article, Paul Pierce said he wants a championship for Christmas.

The Celtics haven't been very "good" this year, so Santa probably isn't leaving a ring under the tree.

Here's a list of items Celtics fans may want in their stocking Christmas morning.

A LeBron James stress ball: Whenever the Celtics lose four straight or get blown out by the Detroit Pistons you can relieve your frustrations by repeatedly crushing the head of "The King." (see also: a book on meditation by Phil Jackson)

Highlights of the Lakers 2012 season: If you need to be reminded it can always get worse, or just need a laugh.

A Jeff Green voodoo doll: Every time Green fails to fight for a rebound or takes a horrible shot you'll have a nice pin waiting to get his attention. If sitting out a year with a heart condition that threatened his career, let alone his life, isn't enough motivation for Green then there aren't many other options.

The DVD set of the 2008 playoffs: Aahh memories.

A membership to the Pie of the Month Club: Unlike a certain team in green, you'll know month in and month out you'll be getting something good.

A calender counting down to February 21: The trade deadline is only two months away.

A Celtics pen and paper: To keep track of how many minutes Kevin Garnett and Pierce have to play to stay competitive.

What do you want to see in your shamrock stocking this year?

Eric Blaisdell 12/20/2012 10:00:00 AM Edit
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