Amid a cloud of dust with a hearty hi-yo, can Avery Bradley be forever riding the canyons looking for law-breakers?
It was months ago that Bradley was ambushed by two shoulders on the side of the road. Left for dead, he has been healing by a mysterious waterfall, tendered by his faithful companion, Rajon Tonto.
Fans of the Celtics are hoping that Avery mounts a silver stallion and rides onto the court with all the aplomb of Caligula bringing his horse into the Roman Senate.
Rajon Tonto has cut a mask out of the jersey of long-ago Celtics who perished along the way. He has bleached Bradley's sneaks in the bright sun to make them whiter.
There may even be a fake grave by the side of the 2012-13 season to fool the enemy gang called the Heat, led by Butch Cavendish James-or was that the James Gang led by Lebron Butch Cavendish and his knee to the groin sidekick Dwyane Waders.
While the Celtics rode into another West Coast ambush this week and were massacred again, Avery has been at the silver mine, casting his riches into silver bullets. He plans on leaving his silver bullets along the upcoming schedule to remind lawbreakers that there is order returning to the Celtics.
Rajon Tonto may be surprised to hear that the Lone Bradley will not shoot to kill, but he will use his gifts to render opponents speechless while fouling out.
If you believe in the Celtics of yesteryear when a mysterious masked man and his faithful companion could win NBA championships, your time is coming. We hear the "William Tell Overture" in the distance.