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  • John Havlicek is the team's career leader with 46,471. ...

  • John Havlicek is the all-time scorer for Boston, but also - Nets are great story regardless of what happens

  • The 1977-78 Boston Celtics made this small group thanks to an aging-but-popular John Havlicek—they won 39% of their games that season, but won three titles in the next decade.

    With 2 Starting All-Stars, the Knicks Should Be Better

  • Sam Jones, also playing in his last professional game, fouled out, and Russell and the indefatigable Havlicek picked up their fifth fouls.

    One Season

  • In 1978, following a 32-50 season which saw old standby John Havlicek retire after sixteen seasons, the Celtics owned two of the top eight first-round draft picks.

    One Season

  • Deploying four shooters on the floor, Bryant inbounded the ball to Havlicek, who found Sam Jones behind a Bailey Howell screen.

    One Season

  • Haunted by images of Bob Cousy dribbling out Lakers title hopes, Red Auerbach lighting a victory cigar, then John Havlicek deflecting a pass over to Sam Jones, the next thing I saw in this recurring nightmare was a color clip showing a partisan crowd from 1984 storming the parquet floor in utter delirium.

    One Season

  • Going back to Boston down 0-2, the Celtics seemed on the verge of a three-game series deficit after team scoring leader John Havlicek was accidentally poked in the eye during the third quarter of Game Three.

    One Season

  • Adjusting their personnel, old standbys Cousy, Sharman, Ramsey and future championship coaches Heinsohn and K.C. Jones were replaced by Bailey Howell, Larry Siegfried, Don Nelson and future all-time great John Havlicek.

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  • It was a scream for Jerry West, who endured so much pain at the hands of Boston that he gained the sympathy of Bill Russell and John Havlicek.

    One Season


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