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1986 Boston Celtics Artwork: Snow Heather Raglan Crew

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Color: charcoal black

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The Celtics' rise to dominance began in the late 1950s, after coach Red Auerbach acquired center Bill Russell, who would become the cornerstone of the Celtics dynasty, in a draft-day trade in 1956. Led by Russell and superstar point guard Bob Cousy, the Celtics won their first NBA championship in 1957. Russell, along with a talented supporting cast of future Hall of Famers including John Havlicek, Tom Heinsohn, K. C. Jones, Sam Jones, Satch Sanders, and Bill Sharman, would usher the Celtics into the greatest period in franchise history, winning eight consecutive NBA championships throughout the 1960s. After the retirement of Russell in 1969, the Celtics entered a period of rebuilding. Led by center Dave Cowens and point guard JoJo White, the Celtics returned to championship caliber, winning two NBA titles in 1974 and 1976. The Celtics again returned to dominance in the 1980s. Led by the "Big Three" that featured Larry Bird, Kevin McHale, and Robert Parish, the Celtics won the 1981, 1984, and 1986 championships
Product details
Rep your favorite retro team or mascot with our ultra soft and lightweight French Terry fabric, perfect for a vintage, lived-in feel. The Men's Vintage Brand Raglan Crew Sweatshirt is perfect for all seasons.
  • 66/34 Polyester ane Ring-Spun Cotton Pre-shrunk French Terry
  • Lightweight (7.2 oz)
  • Men's Sizing
  • Soft ring-spun snow heather French Terry fabric for a vintage, lived-in feel
  • Tear away label
  • Two-needle coverstitching on raglan sleeves and band bottom
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