“Havlicek Stole the Ball!” This is a part of the legendary call by Boston legend Johnny Most after NBA great John Havlicek stole an inbound pass that was being thrown by Hal Greer to Chet Parker; this play may seem minor to the average fan but the importance stems from the scene that was set.… Read More »
As the NBA All Star Weekend ceremoniously approaches this weekend, we are reminded of how much we love watching the best players in the league competing (nowadays only in the 4th quarter) against each other in this yearly battle. With the talent we see on this years team it gives us a feeling of nostalgia… Read More »
After the news of All-Star point guard Rajon Rondo being traded to Dallas Mavericks there is some disappointment as a Celtic fan but let us wish him farewell and remember some of his best plays. Let us also look forward to the future with rebuilding our Boston Celtic dynasty
John Havlicek is frequently referred to as one of the greatest NBA players of all time in one breath and then as one of the most unappreciated players in another. This in-depth article explains the dichotomy of Havlicek’s greatness and and why he has been overshadowned by other Celtics greats.
“Pistol” Pete Maravich, an NBA star and youngest player to be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, died in 1988 at the age of 40. Maravich played for the Atlanta Hawks, the New Orleans and Utah Jazz and the Boston Celtics. John Havlicek once said Maravich was “the best ball-handler of all… Read More »