Boston Celtics: Where Have You Gone? Robert Parish, Nate Archibald, Bill Sharman and Other Celtic Greats

Overview

With unforgettable players and the winningest tradition in the NBA, the Celtics can lay claim to some of the most unique stories in the league. But what happens when the lights go dim, the crowds depart, and the players leave the court? In Boston Celtics Where Have You Gone? fans can catch up with their favorite players from past and present.

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Overview

With unforgettable players and the winningest tradition in the NBA, the Celtics can lay claim to some of the most unique stories in the league. But what happens when the lights go dim, the crowds depart, and the players leave the court? In Boston Celtics Where Have You Gone? fans can catch up with their favorite players from past and present.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781613210628
  • Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 10/9/2012
  • Series: Where Have You Gone? Series
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 829,222
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Mike Carey graduated from Boston University with a degree in journalism and he has been writing ever since. At age twenty-nine he became the sports editor at the Boston Herald American. He lives in Framingham, Massachusetts.

Michael D. McClellan is a lifelong Celtics fan and co-founder of the wildly popular blog Celtic-Nation.com. He lives in Charleston, West Virginia.

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Table of Contents

Positive Influence M. L. Carr 1

Staying Power Fred Roberts 9

Mr. Versatile Walter McCarty 17

Walking Tall Greg Kite 23

He'd Play for Free Jeff Judkins 29

The Strange Case of the Missing Championship Ring Wayne Kreklow 35

Class Act Mark Acres 39

Born to Be a Coach John Bach 47

The Gift Ernie Barrett 53

Nothing "Tiny" about his Achievements Nate Archibald 59

A Wild Life Ron Bonham 69

Two-Sport Champion Gene Conley 77

The Skyscraper Mel Counts 81

Doing the "D-O-O-O-O" Terry Duerod 87

Central Character Wayne Embry 93

"High Henry" Hank Finkel 99

Hang Time Kevin Gamble 105

The Gentle Giant Artis Gilmore 113

The Steal that Saved a Championship Gerald Henderson 121

Dream Job Conner Henry 127

The Natural Bailey Howell 135

The X Factor Xavier McDaniel 145

Two Minutes of Glory Glenn McDonald 153

Hail to "The Chief" Robert Parish 159

Family Man Charlie Scott 169

Built for Speed Derek Strong 177

Looking after "Old Yella" Rick Weitzman 181

Hall of Famer Times Two Bill Sharman 189

The Bruiser Rick Robey 195

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