There are two types of people in this world:
1) People who enjoy Celtics broadcaster Tommy Heinsohn
2) Everyone else
For those of you unaware, the 81-year-old Heinsohn is a legend in Boston, a man who has been a part of the Celtics organization for six decades. Calling him a Celtics homer would be doing a disservice to the word “homer.” Heinsohn has no shame. He calls out players, he calls out refs, he whines, he cries — it’s very much like watching a game with Tommy from Southie.
On Tuesday night’s broadcast, Heinsohn hit his nadir by repeatedly complaining about LeBron James, calling him a “crybaby.”
“LeBron started crying about four possessions ago, and he’s done it twice without a handkerchief!”
“He’s a crybaby, isn’t he?”
Tommy Heinsohn, what a “legend.”