At no point in his 14-year NBA career was Danny Ainge the most athletic player on the court, nor was he the biggest. Because of that he did whatever it took to make a difference in the game. If that meant fighting 7-foot-1 Tree Rollins or getting in Michael Jordan's face, then he'd do it with a smirk on his face. That do-what-it-takes attitude has carried over to his role as executive director of basketball operations for the Celtics.
And not just off the court, either. During Boston's 104-86 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2, Ainge could be seen beside the Cavaliers' basket, throwing a white towel in the air to distract J.J. Hickson(notes) while he shot his free throws. Yep, it's as funny as you're imagining.