Hackneyed, even corny as it may sound, with the Celtics the game was the thing
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￼The Original Celtics (Part I), 1949
If the Celtics had a great tradition, they also had a bizarre one.
￼Dutch Dehnert: The Pivot Play, 1946
Probably the greatest guard who ever lived, from 1917 to 1936, Dehnert was the biggest name in pro basketball
￼Basketball Is In, 1947
Twenty or 30 years ago, most sports fans regarded basketball as sissy stuff fit only for genteel young ladies in fashionable seminaries.
Bobby McDermott: Blast from the Distant Past
The temperamental side of McDermott’s personality made him a forerunner to the Billy Martins and Bobby Knights, although Buddy Jeannette, his outstanding backcourt mate with the Pistons, noted, “Compared to Mac, Bobby Knight is a saint.”