Celtics notes One benefit from games like Friday's rout of the Bulls: Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen all get to rest and cheer on Boogie Fever Gino.
Garden fans have actually been spotted wearing replica T-shirts of the one worn by the bearded, disco-era dancer shown on the videoboard in the fourth quarter - and the players want in on the action. Pierce and Allen both said yesterday that they are attempting to find and purchase shirts. Garnett has gone further, as evidenced by what he did after Friday night's game.
``I was on the Web last night trying to find out who was selling them,'' Garnett said.
The name of the Garden character may not be Gino. It is suspected that the shirt actually refers to Gino Vanelli, a 1970s Canadian pop artist.