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On This Day In Celtics History…
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Offline Ed Monix

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On this day in 1979,

Chris Ford of the Boston Celtics knocked down the first 3-point field goal in NBA history.

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as cool as that is, I'm more excited about seeing Cowens in his last season with the team

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Russell, KG, Bird, Hondo, Cooz, Cowens, McHale, Pierce, Sam Jones,  Jojo, Chief, Heinsohn, Max, Sharman, DJ - Sharman and Max get the last two spots

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Offline Ed Monix

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On this day in 1990,

Larry Bird had 45 points, eight rebounds, eight assists, and five blocks in a win over the Hornets.

Bird is the only player in team history to record at least 40p/5r/5a/5b in a game, and he is the oldest player in NBA history to do so.
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5' 10" former point guard

Career highlight: 1973-74 championship, Boston Celtics

Career lowlight: traded for a washing machine

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Offline Ed Monix

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On this day in 1982,

Celtics destroy the Philadelphia 76ers (121-81) in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals behind Larry Bird’s triple-double

Larry - (24 pts - 15 trb - 10 ast)



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5' 10" former point guard

Career highlight: 1973-74 championship, Boston Celtics

Career lowlight: traded for a washing machine

Re: On This Day In Celtics History…
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Offline Ed Monix

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On this day in 2017,

Avery Bradley hits a 3-pointer with 1/10 of a second left to give the Boston Celtics the (111-108) win over the LeBron James/Kyrie Irving lead Cleveland Cavaliers

Marcus Smart chipped in a career playoff high 27 points



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5' 10" former point guard

Career highlight: 1973-74 championship, Boston Celtics

Career lowlight: traded for a washing machine