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Larry Bird is just the best.
On Aug. 18, 1992, Larry Bird announced his retirement from the NBA after 12 seasons.
At the heart of James’ homecoming is a promise made 12 years ago between a teenage basketball phenom and a self-made businessman selling throwback jerseys out of the trunk of his car.
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The Celtics appear to have gotten the short end of the scheduling stick.
With the Celtics in the midst of what projects to be a long-term rebuild, is anyone on the team untouchable? Does anyone even come close? There are a few. Here's a look at who should be on the C's "Keeper List".
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Arthur S or Arthur T? There’s a Little of Both in Boston Sports Ownership
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Of All the Celtics' Current Pieces, Who Are the Keepers?
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