Boston Celtics History
Articles about the Boston Celtics and their storied history.
From Isaiah Thomas to Larry Bird, there have been some rather memorable ones.
Reliving the almost-perfect championship series stint authored by Larry Bird in the 1985 Finals at LA
Bird’s all-around 4th quarter tour de force in Game 4 turned the tide, leading to a Celtic buzzer-beating win at the Lakers
The initials K.C. don’t stand for anything; just K.C.
Questionable calls doomed coach Rodgers, Celtics in upset Game 3 collapse to Knicks.
Across his nearly 17-year career, the evolution of LeBron James can be traced through his yearly battles with the Boston Celtics.
In a franchise that celebrates 17 NBA championships, the most in league history, the teams that came close but did not happen to win it all tend to get lost or forgotten.
Wedman, Ainge, Maxwell and Carr also played key, unheralded roles in thrilling 1984 7-game triumph over LA
Boston would likely have doubled its titles in the weak West instead of the rugged East of the 80’s.
National TV Rondo was in the zone for this historic showing.
Thirty-three years later, Isiah Thomas is still in denial.
Bob joined Bobby Manning’s "Dome Theory" podcast on CLNS Media, formerly The Bobcast, with the historic context of The Last Dance that he lived through.
How will you remember a decade of relevancy? One that didn’t go easy on injuries and heartbreak.
Down 3-1 to the 76ers, Boston rallied to win each contest in the final seconds.
Nobody can boast Tommy’s resume as a player, coach, and broadcaster with the Celtics.
Hint: ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE!
It’s History Week, so naturally we’re discussing the ways history could have gone differently.
The Hoosier big man helps headline the all-time Celtics/Lakers team; the arch-rivals in American pro sports’ most epic championship feud have surprisingly shared two dozen players and a few coaches over the years.