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The Boston Celtic is National Basketball Association (NBA) team in Boston, Massachusetts. The team is the NBA’s most successful team with 16 championships. The History of the Boston Celtics was founded in 1946 as the Basketball Association of America (BAA).The Boston Celtics was founded in 1946 as the Basketball Association of America (BAA). He then became one of the first teams of the NBA to join the league with the rest of the country.

In 1956, the team, which added Bill Russell, to the ranks of this player has achieved significant success under the leadership of this player. Bill Russell first season in the final. They won their first championship by passing Louis Hawks at the end of 7 games. The next season they met the same team in 1957 and lost the final in 6 games. Later, however, there was a time when no other team had succeeded in the history of the league, and the Celtics won eight championships in 1959. These successes began in 1959 after the Series 4-0 sweeping the Minneapolis Lakers. After a year-long break in 1967, two more championships were won by the Lakers in 1968 and 1969. Meanwhile, Arnold Auerbach, one of the most successful coaches in the history of the NBA, retired after the 1966 championship, and Bill Russell passed the team. After the 1969 championship, he retired from Bill Russell and the magnificent period ended.

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Until 1974, the team did not achieve the achievements. In 1974, the Boston Celtics were rebuilt after the Milwaukee Bucks in the final, and in 1976 the two more championships were eliminated by eliminating Phoenix Suns.

After two years of staff formation, Celtics entered the 1980s with a new lineup of Larry Bird, Robert Parish and Kevin McHale, and won 3 times and won 3 of them. The first championship in this period came in 1981. Between 1984 and 1987, he played 4 consecutive finals, winning two more championships in 1984 and 1986. In this period, there was a very ambitious competition for the 2nd time with the Lakers. Another dimension of this competition was between Larry Bird and Magic Johnson. After this period, especially in the 1990s, Celtics entered the standstill in the 200/2005 season and became the finalist of the Conference.

Boston’s ascent coincided with the postwar proliferation of television sets in the United States, helping the team and its players become iconic figures as the sport’s national profile grew. Among the highlights of the Celtics’ unprecedented championship run are Russell twice gathering an NBA finals-record 40 rebounds in a game (1960, 1962) and Havlicek’s series-clinching steal of an inbounds pass in game seven of the 1965 Eastern Division finals, which elicited the famous call of “Havlicek stole the ball!” by announcer Johnny Most. The matchups between Russell, who served as the Celtics’ player-coach from 1966 to 1969 and Wilt Chamberlain, first as a Philadelphia 76er and then with the Los Angeles Lakers, were at the centre of some of the most dramatic games in NBA play-off history.

Havlicek was still a key contributor, along with Dave Cowens, Paul Silas, and Jo Jo White, on teams coached by Heinsohn that won titles in 1973–74 and 1975–76. The second of those championships included a dramatic triple-overtime victory over the Phoenix Suns in game five of the finals. In 1978 the Celtics were involved in an unusual transaction after the NBA blocked the team’s owner, Irv Levin, from moving the franchise to his native California. Instead, Levin and John Y. Brown, owner of the Buffalo Braves, traded franchises. That same year Boston acquired one of the greatest players in league history—and arguably the most beloved Celtic of all time—when they selected sharpshooting forward Larry Bird in the NBA draft. The NBA reached new levels of popularity with the excitement generated by the supremacy battle between the Lakers led by Magic Johnson and a Celtics team led by Bird (who had a rivalry with Johnson dating back to their college days), Robert Parish, Kevin McHale, and Dennis Johnson that advanced to the NBA finals five times in the 1980s and won championships in 1980–81, 1983–84, and 1985–86.

As the Celtics’ veteran roster grew older, the team had reduced on-court success. Allen left in free agency in 2012, and the team traded away Garnett and Pierce after the 2012–13 campaign in an effort to spur a rebuilding process centred on younger players. That effort bore fruit much faster than many observers expected, as the Celtics returned to the play-offs in 2014–15. The team added point guard Isaiah Thomas during that season, and he proceeded to blossom into an All-Star, leading the team to the best record in the Eastern Conference in 2016–17. The team’s season ended in the conference finals after the Celtics lost four games to one to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Celtics traded Thomas and other assets for star guard Kyrie Irving in the off-season and also signed All-Star forward Gordon Hayward. Both players were limited by significant injuries during the regular season, but the remaining young Celtics core outperformed expectations, leading Boston to the second best record in the Eastern Conference and on an unexpectedly long play-off run that ended in a seven-game conference finals loss to the Cavaliers.

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The number of top players in the NBA today is perhaps more than ever, and these names improve themselves every day. Especially if we put Stephen Curry at the top of this list after last season and this season’s performance, our list is LeBron James, Chris Paul; He continues with Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook, Blake Griffin and James Harden and Anthony Davis, who have been bouncing for the last two seasons.

I don’t believe there’s anyone you want to make out of the names I’ve counted to this point. But I believe there is another name that I don’t add here, which I think many of you don’t think of, but deserve to be here; perhaps the most underrated in the league, Paul George, a superstar who doesn’t see much of his merit.

Paul George grew up with his two sisters and learned to play basketball with his sister one by one until high school. The biggest indication that he is a real street player is his ambition and defiance of defeat; from his sister to the biggest stage of basketball globally.

In the year he entered the league, LeBron announced that he had gone to James Heat and a team was formed to mark his mark until last year. The second biggest misfortune of Paul George’s career was that of this period. He was eliminated from the Miami Semifinals in the Eastern Semifinals and in the Eastern Finals in the following season. Indiana Pacers of Paul George. When George moved his team to the conference finals, he showed that he did not give up under pressure by being selected as the league’s most progressive player.

Each season, he improved his stats with a little more shooting, ball handling and game experience. Reggie Miller’dan senior player and longing for success after the Pacers supporters, with him again hopes of the unfortunate injury in the US National Team took place and almost a year away from basketball.

Entering the league as number 2, he quickly became the leader of the potential Pacers squad, another star of the team, Danny Granger slipped into position 3 when he was injured, and discussed how efficient a decision was to be made at the beginning of this season, but shifted to number 4 to keep up with the changing game; Paul George is a basketball player born for basketball. He said he was going to be one of the best in the world, and he did. Statistically, he averaged 24.3 points, 7.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists in the rest of the season, and was third in the East after LeBron James and Dwayne Wade in the first results of the All-Star vote. My point of view is that the shooting range has improved in a very positive way, far from being one of the best 1-2 players, just as much as providing the stability of the shot.

George’s career; it is full of humiliation, hard work and always going a little farther. He’s 25 years old and has a lot to gain. He is determined to launch his own PG13 legend, changing his jersey number to 24 because he identifies with Kobe Bryant, a fan. I have no doubt that we will tell this legend to our children years later.

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Considered by many authorities as one of the best players in the NBA, James Harden has a game style that is not overly flashy as well as his scorer and passer-by. Fans who are curious about their identity outside of the field as well as their characteristics within the field are trying to learn about the player’s private life. So, who is James Harden?

James Edward Harden, Jr, born on August 6, 1989, is an American professional basketball player wearing the Houston Rockets from the NBA. Harden played college basketball in Arizona State. He was selected third in the 2009 NBA Draft by Oklahoma City Thunder. This choice is also the first choice in the history of Oklahoma City Thunder. In 2012, when he played in Oklahoma City Thunder’s NBA Finals, he was named NBA Sixth Man of the Year. He was traded to Houston in the 2012 .13 NBA season. He played for the 2012 Summer Olympics and the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup in the US national team. He was ranked 3rd in the 2009 NBA Draft by Oklahoma City Thunder. In the 2011 .12 season, the NBA Finals were successful.

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Prior to the 2012 .13 season, he refused the $ 52m bid for four years from Oklahoma City Thunder and was sent to the Houston Rockets with a swap. In exchange for this swap, Thunder gave Kevin Martin, Jeremy Lamb, two first rounds, and 1 runner-up, while the Houston Rockets gave Harden, as well as Cole Aldrich, Deaquan Cook and Lazar Hayward.

Harden decided to continue his career in Texas by signing the Houston Rockets for $ 80 million for five years. He won 39 points for the Detroit Pistons in his first match with the Rockets jersey. He also scored a career-high 45 points in his second match against Atlanta Hawks. In 2017, he scored his own record, making 17 assists and 16 rebounds in 53 points in his match. He is also the first player to score 50 points and 15 assists in the history of NBA.

It’s not just a style of play, it’s also an NBA star with its own beard. In his high school years, the beard has not cut once since the NBA Draft, 3 months after the age of 26 to the player, with them growing up and cut them if it feels like a piece of his own body would go a bit of a totem had stated. When he won the best sixth in the 2011-12 with the Thunders jersey, he said he would never cut off his beard and rejected the announcer’s $ 1 million offer. What about the $ 10 million question, then he gave me a humorous answer.

Everyone has an idol. Harden’s idol is also one of the legendary names of the Spurs Argentine Ginobili. Not only this drive resemblance, but the striking similarities in his plays come from Harden’s memorable  Made in Manu, movements. Every year, a player wins, but JH is the youngest winner in the history of the NBA when he is 22 years old. He was awarded with an average of 16.8 points / 4.1 rebounds / 3.7 assists.

In the meantime, let’s remind you of the first name, this season wearing the Magic shirt of Ben Gordon and the season 2004/05, then played at the club of the Chicago Bulls. It may seem interesting to those who do not know, but due to this sickness that has plagued her since her high school years, Arizona State had to take limited time and use devices in many games during her College years.

Born from James Edward and Monja Harden, the California-born athlete has two brothers, 14 and 10 years older than him. Their relationship with his mother is good, but his father is so badly called kop the US Navy disciplined because of the drugs discarded father since his high school years, so the Junior does not want to use the name.

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American professional basketball player Kevin Wayne Durant was born on September 29, 1988. Find nicknames like Durantula and KD Kevin Durant has won the NBA’s most valuable player award once during his career, four times the NBA number trophy award, once the NBA award for the year’s rookie and once for the Olympic gold medal. NBA, five times the NBA was the best five of the year.

Following a high school career, Durant played for a season at the University of Texas during his rookie season, where Naismith was chosen to be the college’s league player of the year, becoming the first rookie to win this award. After her university career, she joined the 2007 NBA Draft. He was selected by second-rank Seattle SuperSonics following Greg Oden. After Durant’s rookie season, his team moved to SuperSonics Oklahoma City and his name was changed to Oklahoma City Thunder. In 2012, he teamed up with NBA Finals for the first time in his career, but they lost to Miami Heat 4-1 at the end of five games. Released in 2016, Durant left Thunder and signed a contract with Golden State Warriors for two years.


After her Rookie Season at Texas University, she has participated in 2007 NBA Drafts. Seattle was ranked second in the first round by the SuperSonics team. In his first season with the Seattle SuperSonics team, he won the rookie of the year. She took part in the US Basketball National Team at the 2010 FIBA World Basketball Championship and was selected for the top five. He was also named the most valuable player of the tournament.

Nike signed a sponsorship agreement for 60 million dollars for 7 seasons. 2009 – In 2010, he scored an average of 30.1 points in 82 games and became the king of numbers. He was the youngest player to achieve this success in the NBA. When he became king of numbers, he was only 21 years old. Although Kevin Durant has a good dribble despite its long neck, having a good shot at the same time is what makes it important.

Outside of his basketball career, Durant is known for his various donations and aids in Oklahoma City and in his general life as he plays in Thunder. It is one of the most winning basketball players in the world as well as sponsorship agreements with companies such as Foot Locker and Nike. In 2012, he made his feature debut in Thunderstruck, joining the camera as a photographer in The Players’ Tribune.

Durant was born in Washington on September 29, 1988 as one of the four children of Wanda and Wayne Pratt, raised by her grandmother, Barbara Davis, because of her father’s leaving the family and her mother’s work. He and his sister, Brianna, have two brothers, Tony and Rayvonne. In 2013, he announced in a statement that the team he kept as a kid was Toronto Raptors and his favorite player was Vince Carter. Durant started playing basketball with the influence of his brothers. He played basketball at the first Amateur Athletics Association as a professional. He has played in many schools in the state of Maryland for his family’s frequent transportation and has served as a team mate with Ty Lawson, Greivis Vasquez and Michael Beasley who currently play in the NBA. He also played basketball for the first time in the honor of Charles Craig, the head coach of the Amateur Athletics Association, who was killed at age 35.

After a two-year stint at the National Christian Academy for two years at Oak Hill Academy, he was transferred by Montrose Christian High School and reached a height of six centimeters before starting his fourth year of high school. Before his final year in high school, it was announced that the University of Texas had agreed to pursue a college career with him. In the 2005i08 season, the Washington Post won the Best High School Player of the Year award and was named the MVP of the 2006 McDonald’s Best High School Americans. Durant was also the best second-tier player of the season after Greg Oden, playing with averages of 23.6 points, 10.2 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 3.0 steals and 2.4 blocks per game in the season.

Durant signed with Texas University for his college career and played 37 points and 23 rebounds in the regular season at Texas Tech Red Raiders. In the 2006-07 college regular season, he played with averages of 25.8 points, 11.1 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game. Texas Longhorns 25-10 victory percentage of the team has finished the season. The NCAA Playoffs matched the University of New Mexico, which finished 5th in the first round of the season and won the match and reached the semifinals. However, despite the 30 points and 9 rebounds of Durant, he was defeated at the University of Southern California. reached. On April 11, Durant announced that he was officially entering the 2007 NBA Draft. Durant’s 35-form jersey was retired by Texas Longhorns University, and Texas’s retired 9th jersey.

After Durant’s rookie season, the Sonics team moved to Oklahoma City and took the name Oklahoma City Thunder and their colors changed to blue, orange and yellow. The team also drafted Russell Westbrook at the beginning of the season to form the combination of Durant and the All-Star duo in the 2008 NBA Draft. At the 2009 NBA All-Star Week, Durant received an invitation to play in the Rookies Match and played 46 points in the match, scoring the most points in history in the All-Star Kites match. In addition, Joe Johnson and O.J. at the NBA All-Star HORSE Competition. He defeated Mayo and became a champion. In the regular season, he scored 46 points in the Los Angeles Clippers match on January 23 and 47 points in the New Orleans Hornets on January 17, breaking the career record record of 2 times. When the 2008-09 season ended, Durant averaged 25.3 points per game and 6.5 rebounds per game, and was also nominated for the Most Progressive Player award, but finished third in the poll. Thunder, the team with 23 wins and 59 defeats in the season, ended with 11th place in the conference.

Durant, in his 2009-10 season, was the first time in his career to be nominated for the All-Star Game. Team Thunder won 27 more matches than the previous season, finishing 50th and 32th in the previous season-off.  Durant, with 30.1 points per game, 7.6 rebounds and 2,8 assists per game, won the first prize in the first place in his career for the first time in the number one King of the Year, also the youngest in the history of the NBA player took the title of the player. He scored 8 times +40 points and 3 times 45 points scoring statistics. The first game of the 2010 NBA Playoffs and Los Angeles Lakers Los Angeles match against the first match of the series and lost 21 matches in this match. Oklahoma City was later eliminated by letting the Lakers lose their first round of 4-1 at the end of five games. Durant, in the five-game play-off struggle, 25.0 points per game, 7.7 rebounds and 2.3 assists played with the average.