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Clearly, a game seven of the 2013 NBA Finals doesn’t entertain Celtics legend Bill Russell.
Check out this epic yawn that the NBA on ABC caught during game 7 of the 2013 NBA Finals:
Bill Russell’s Epic Yawn [Bleacher Report]
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Despite the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs being close all night in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, 79-year-old Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell was caught yawning on camera late in the 3rd quarter. Who can blame him though? He’s pretty old at this point and he has won 11 NBA Championships, watching NBA Finals have to be pretty boring after winning so many rings.
Everyone will tell you that the most exciting thing in sports is Game 7. Which is probably true for 99% of the population. If you’re 11-time NBA Champion Bill Russell, its no biggie.
The Boston Celtics legend was in Miami to watch the Miami Heat defeat the San Antonio Spurs in Game 7 of the 2013 NBA Finals. Russell was there to hand out the Finals MVP award which is named in his...
Bill Russell is 79 years old, so don’t mind him if the old man gets a little sleepy during Game 7 of the NBA Finals. There he was, the former Boston Celtics legend, taking a giant yawn towards the end of the third quarter of the game. Hey, it was around 11:00 p.m. at the [...]
Bill RUssell was somehow a bit tired during a 66-64 battle during the third quarter of Game 7 of the NBA Finals. We don’t care why but it makes a perfect .GIF. [@erikmal] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Bill Russell's yawn during Game 7 of the 2013 NBA Finals made for the single funniest moment of the entire evening.
NBA legend Bill Russell was caught on camera letting out a big yawn during the third quarter of Thursday night's Game 7 of the NBA Finals.
Fortunately, Russell did stay awake for the presentation of his namesake trophy after the game to Miami Heat superstar LeBron James as the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player.
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Bedtime for Bill Russell
Happy Bday Dirk!
Said the man who joins Bill Russell and Michael Jordan as the third in history to win consecutive regular season and NBA Finals MVP awards, and it’s impossible to argue with him.
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LeBron James addressed his haters as he received the Bill Russell award for Most Valuable Player of the NBA Finals.
“I ain’t got no worries”
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