BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Celtics brought some holiday cheer to Boston Children’s Hospital on Thursday, spending time with patients and their families while decked out in the usual Christmas attire.
Over a dozen players, along with head coach Brad Stevens and members of his coaching staff, made their annual holiday visit to the hospital, participating in several winter-themed activities. There were plenty of arts and crafts to be done, plus a group sing-along where the C’s did their best with some famous Christmas carols.READ MORE: Massachusetts Reopening Plan: COVID Restrictions Loosen Monday, Including Restaurant Capacity
Rookie Carsen Edwards led the Celtics’ chorus in a rousing rendition of “Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer” before fellow rookie Romeo Langford stole the show with his baritone pipes.
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Most players had either top hats or hats with antlers on throughout their visit, but there was a gift for everyone: Tacko Fall in an elf hat.MORE NEWS: South Attleboro MBTA Station Closes Due To 'Deteriorating' Pedestrian Bridge
Step aside, Will Ferrell. That is one gigantic elf.