It's only Monday but already worth asking in a horribly mundane Lakers season: How will Kobe Bryant be received by fans Wednesday in his last game in Boston?
With Philadelphia out of the way, it could be the most attractive road game left on his farewell tour.
The setup started a few days ago, when Bryant revealed he listened daily to Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" for two years because he wanted to remember the depth of the Lakers' embarrassment in the 2008 NBA Finals.
Fans couldn't stop singing it after the Celtics' 39-point Game 6 victory, so Bryant couldn't stop listening to it.
He found his revenge two years later in the NBA Finals. Will Celtics fans be salty?