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The Carrier Dome opened on this day in 1980. The Dome is home to a number of Syracuse sports, including Men's and Women's basketball. It is named for the Carrier Corporation, which donated about 10% of the construction cost.
It is the largest on-campus basketball arena in the nation.
Red Auerbach was born on this date in 1917, in New York City. A standout high school player in Brooklyn during the Great Depression, Auerbach earned a scholarship to play basketball at George Washington University. He was known as was a defensive specialist for Colonials' basketball, and was the leading scorer and team captain during his senior season.
Following graduation he remained a GW basketball season ticket holder until his death in 2006, and a banner and red seat honor him at the newly renovated Smith Center.
Following his days at George Washington, he of course would go on to become a legendary coach in the NBA. But this blog is about college - so Auerbach ...
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As some of you have noticed, I've been updating most of the graphics for the blog and forum in preparation for the upcoming season (so exciting isn't it!?). So while I was trapped in photoshop land today, I decided to post the history of the C's logos. So here goes...
In the early years of the Celtics life they used pretty primitive logos compared to today (examples...
2012 have been Red Auerbach's 95th Birthday and is a good time for the
Celtics Nation to pause and remember the patriarch of the Celtics franchise.
Red once said:
"The Boston Celtics are not a basketball team, they are a way of life."
was a member of the National Basketball Association since its formation
in 1946 and was with the Celtics...
Today would have been the 95th birthday of our site’s namesake, Red Auerbach.
We take great pride in our name and the tribute it pays to Red. Red is our leader. He is our general. Even in death, his ideals… even the tricky ones… define what we think the Celtics organization should always strive to be. He never let B.S. get in his way of making the right deal. He...