American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Auerbach, Arnold Known as "Red.” 1917-2006. American basketball coach. One of the winningest coaches of all time, he helped lead the Boston Celtics to 16 world championships between 1957 and 1988.
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“That commissioner, John Auerbach, is my spouse, so I followed the debate closely.”
“Pierce played with a white headband with the number 2 on it, symbolizing the number the Celtics had retired in Auerbach's honor.”
“Celtics set standard for sixth men Legendary Boston Celtics coach Red Auerbach is credited with developing the role of the sixth man in the NBA.”
“Title: Oral history interview with Isaac Levin Auerbach”
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“The triumph marked the 10th NBA title for Jackson, breaking the tie with the late Celtics coach Red Auerbach.”
“More than 40 paintings take in major and lesser-seen works, including Bacon's iconic screaming Pope and one of Auerbach's lesser-known Primrose Hill paintings, capturing Winter Sunshine in thick scuffs and smears of pigment.”
“Henry Moore Institute, to 11 MarRCThis show boasts the cream of postwar British painters: Francis Bacon and Frank Auerbach among them.”
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