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The Celtics legend, Basketball Hall of Famer and civil rights activist will be remembered for more than just his on-court impact
The Boston center is the first player from the Dominican Republic to play for an NBA championship: ‘The amount of support is unreal’
Journeyman guard has been a key contributor in the NBA Finals since returning from elbow injury
For the first time in over a decade, players aren’t wearing special Finals-themed sneakers. Instead, supply chain issues have forced them to get even more creative.
Boston’s history makes it hard for some to get behind the Celtics, but the team’s progressive past should also come into play
The eight-time NBA champion spoke about the state of the current Celtics, racism in the 1960s, the need for more Black NBA execs and more
The Warriors All-Star forward, who fouled out in Game 3, says: ‘They are just talking. Not really my job to react.’
The former NBA star has taken his experiences from coaching collegiately and professionally and applied them to his role in Boston
White didn’t have a Division I scholarship offer out of high school. Now, he’s on a Boston Celtics team that’s within three wins of an NBA title.
The All-Star forward was exposed to the league and lifestyle from a young age thanks to Hughes, a 12-year NBA veteran and his father’s best friend