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A Haul of Hall-of-Famers
Talk about a Hall-of-Fame hat! More than a dozen Celtics legends, including Larry Bird, Bob Cousy, Bill Russell and Red Auerbach, put their signatures on a classic Celtics cap. With so many Hall-of-Famers, All-Stars and basketball icons in franchise history, we’re surprised it had enough room for all that star power.
A Real Hall-of-Fame Jacket
When Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall-of-Famers are inducted at Springfield, they receive an orange jacket to symbolize their achievement. For Celtics fans, this off-the-rack jacket with its original tags might be more valuable. Ten members of the Hall of Fame signed the jacket along with seven more Celtics favorites from the 1950s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.
Boston’s Team of the Century
No NBA team has quite the storied history as the Celtics, as the signatures by these basketball legends attest. The 17-time NBA World Champions boast 49 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall-of-Famers, many of whom signed this ball, including Larry Bird, Bob Cousy and John Havlicek.
Hall-of-Fame Playoff Battle
Led by All-NBA stars Bob Cousy and Bill Sharman, the Celtics scored an average of 101.5 points per game during the 1954-55 season, the best in the league. On the other hand, they also gave up a league-worst 101.5 points per game, which led to a predictable 36-36 record. In the 1955 Eastern Division Semifinals, […]
Legends Sign Up for the Celtics
Some Celtics greats of the 1950s and 1960s signed this classic black and green hat. Signatures include Hall-of-Famers Bob Cousy, Frank Ramsey, Satch Sanders and Tommy Heinsohn. Anyone who wears this hat is bound to feel like a champion.
The One that Started It All
Members of the 1956-57 NBA World Championship team, the first in Celtics history, put their signature on this basketball. Led by Head Coach Red Auerbach, the Celtics prevailed in the series’ remarkable double-overtime Game 7 against the St. Louis Hawks. Bill Russell tied the game at the end of regulation, then blocked a Hawks shot […]