Everyone remembers the awesomeness of "The Chief," Robert Parish. Outrunning opposing big men. That quick step on the baseline. That high-arching shot. But what you might have forgotten is how he sported a mustache his first few years in Boston, before deciding to shave it. I want to say 1982 or 83 might have been the last year he had it. But did you know Parish's best...
If you need to be reminded of the Boston Celtics’ history of greatness, then look no further than Mitchell & Ness’ latest jersey graphic. The clothing company compiled a list of the greatest NBA players by jersey number, spanning from Robert Parish’s No. 00 to Minneapolis Lakers legend George Mikan’s No. 99. Twelve former Celtics made the cut...
Very short but worth the listen, from yesterday's NBA Radio Sirius XM interview with Justin Termine and Nancy Lieberman. Robert Parish stopped by and discussed Len Bias, the difference between playing with Bird and Jordan and the Bird vs LeBron comparisons.Robert Parish exemplified Celtic Pride and I can't say I disagree with anything he says. Bias would've made the difference...
I’ve been wanting to post this tale for a couple weeks now. It’s another great excerpt from the Lakers book Showtime, courtesy Pro Basketball Talk: “The Lakers used to have a PR guy named Josh Rosenfeld. I think it was after the game where Kurt Rambis got clotheslined by Kevin McHale (Game 4 of the 1984 NBA Finals) and after that game everything was really heated. They are...
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