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Celtics get their Gucci on for fund-raiser

From left: Rob Griffin, of Scituate, his son Corey, of New York, and Eric Limont, of Marshfield, checked out shoes at the Gucci boutique.
Jessica Rinaldi for The Boston Globe
From left: Rob Griffin, of Scituate, his son Corey, of New York, and Eric Limont, of Marshfield, checked out shoes at the Gucci boutique.
Jessica Rinaldi for The Boston Globe
Children’s Hospital president and CEO Sandra Fenwick greeted Celtic Kelly Olynyk.
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Who says athletes don’t know how to dress? Celtics players looked snazzy at Thursday’s fund-raiser for Boston Children’s Hospital, held at the Gucci boutique on Boylston Street. Decked out in stylish Gucci get-ups, you’d never know Jeff Green, Brandon Bass, Kelly Olynyk, and Courtney Lee play basketball for a living. (OK, maybe you would.). Unlike his teammate Rajon Rondo, who’s a dedicated follower of fashion, Olynyk said he doesn’t pay much attention to what he wears. “I wouldn’t say I’m a huge fashionista guy,” he told us. “I like different types of clothes and looks. Everyone has their own style.” Because he looks like a young Bill Walton, we wondered if maybe Olynyk is a hippie. “I wouldn’t call myself that, no,” he said, laughing. “I put a round ball in a round hoop. We have that in common.”

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