Back in the good ol' days, I had one of the largest fan pages dedicated to the Boston Celtics in all of the World Wide Web ... Now I try to catch a game every now and then :|
I've been a fan of this team since 1987
I got a press pass to attend a preseason game against Tim Duncan's Spurs ... Does that count for something?
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This is from a Boston Herald article several years back: "The C's sale to a group of deep-pocketed, longtime fans [was] atypical for other reasons as well. For starters, a publicly traded partnership
I'm not so sure if adding another older player like Iverson should be in the Celtics' plans right now ... especially if the entire season ends up being cancelled and they have to come back the following
I've checked the local online newspaper archives (Globe, Herald, etc.) but can't find a specific mention of Talent Hall being used as one of the locations for the Celtics' training camp in the 1950s.
This is from a Boston Herald article from a few years back: "The C's sale to a group of deep-pocketed, longtime fans [was] atypical for other reasons as well. For starters, a publicly traded partnership
I believe that would be Jack Edward Nichols (1953-54 through 1957-58), according to "The rivalry: Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, and the golden age of basketball" by John Taylor: "The Celtics' best