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M.L. Carr

To a generation of Boston Celtics fans, M.L. Carr was the towel-waving agitator best remembered for antagonizing players and fans alike while teammates Larry Bi...Read More

Running Man – The John Havlicek Interview

He was born to run, and for sixteen seasons John Havlicek was an unyielding force of perpetual motion for the Boston Celtics,breaking down defenders and NBA rec...Read More

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Charlie Scott

His professional career was supposed to start here, in Boston, joining Jo Jo White and Dave Cowens as part of Red Auerbach’s post-Russell rebuilding plan.  Forg...

Kevin Gamble

He played for the Boston Celtics during a period of nervous change, joining the club just as the Big Three was beginning to break down, its parts worn from too ...

Artis Gilmore

He is perhaps the greatest living player eligible for induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, his résumé bursting with 24,941 points, 16,3...

Mark Acres

Mark Acres played but two nondescript seasons for the Boston Celtics, his contributions to the team accelerated by the injury-plagued retirement of backup cente...

Xavier McDaniel

The menacing scowl, shaved head and ripped physique were all a part of an intimidating package, one that helped usher a new, physical breed of player into the N...

Jim Ard

He played in the league with that red, white and blue ball, teaming with the great Rick Barry and doing battle with the incomparable Julius Erving, but his ulti...

Captain Fantastic – The Bob Cousy Interview

How fitting that Bob Cousy serves as point man in the  pantheon of Boston Celtic greatness, the first in a  royal lineage that includes such luminaries as Russe...

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