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Celtics assist Dave Cowens with youth basketball camp, why don't they hire him?

The Celtics are in need of a bigs coach. Don't you agree? Throw away the thought of Kevin Love for a second. We have Sully and Olynyk right now, in need of that extra help. Sullinger and a Cowens team up? Could be a magical combination of player and coach. Hakeem helps Dwight in Houston, and Ewing with Al Jefferson with the Hornets. Dave Cowens has coached before, and he was...
Via Celtics Today
May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Jo Jo White Gaining Strength Years After Brain Surgery, Former Celtic ‘Could Make Sick Cool’

The 1970s Celtics were defined by John Havlicek‘s relentless motor and Dave Cowens‘ tenacity, but Jo Jo White brought the cool. “He really is a cool dude and a great human being,” former Celtics coach Doc Rivers observed. The past few years were not so cool for the seven-time NBA All-Star and two-time champion. White, 66, has gone through the worst stages in his recovery...
October 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Dave Cowens Autographed Nike Blazers

  I found a truly rare piece of Celtics memorabilia on Ebay today.  Ebay seller swoosh26.2 has a signed deadstock pair of Dave Cowens Nike Blazers.  The shoes are also signed by the Celtics legend.  Cowens was one of the first NBA stars to embrace Nike.  It is very rare for sneakers of this age to come in the original (OG) box.  Making the shoes even cooler is the shipping...
Via Red's Army
July 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Big Red's Big Finishes: The 1974 and '76 NBA Finals Heroics of Dave Cowens

By Cort Reynolds In the 1970s, no one played harder anywhere or better for Boston than undersized Celtic great center Dave Cowens, the redhead who led Gang Green to two NBA championships. Although he was not officially named the MVP of either Finals victory, a case could be made, especially in 1976, that Cowens was deserving of the honor. In both clinching victories, he was the...
Via Celtics Life
April 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Celtics drop to #18 in ESPN power rankings

#18, Dave Cowens Marc Stein's weekly NBA power rankings on ESPN have just come out, and the Celtics find themselves in a free fall all the way down to the 18th spot (from #14 last week).  While it's hard to fathom that there could really be 17 teams in the league better than Boston at the moment, looking up and down the list I don't have any major gripes.  At 12-11...
Via Celtics Life
December 17, 2012  |  Discuss

The Newlin Thing

Back when Rondo was charged with that frustration flagrant foul on Dwyane Wade, I mentioned that it reminded me of the Dave Cowens foul on the Rockets' Mike Newlin back in 1976. Grampa Celtic had a piece in Sunday's Globe recalling that very play and relating how it could be used to deal with the flopping problem in the NBA. Here is Bob Ryan's description of the play...
Via Celtics Green ...a boston celtics blog.
November 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Happy Birthday Dave Cowens

Today is NBA Hall of Famer and Boston Celtics legend Dave Cowens‘ 64th birthday. Cowens was brought in by Red Auerbach in 1970 to try and fill the enormous void left when Bill Russell retired. Well, Cowens was definitely successful in helping the C’s remain a relevant team. He earned co-rookie of the year honors in his first season and helped lead the Celtics to titles in 1974...
Via Red's Army
October 25, 2012  |  Discuss

Video: Dave Cowens highlights

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Via Celtics Life
September 27, 2012  |  Discuss

Meet Bill Russell, Sam Jones, Dave Cowens & many more Boston Celtics legends!

Sports fans are preparing to unite at the East Coat’s longest running sports memorabilia show at Shriner’s Auditorium in Wilmington, MA from March 30th until April 1st. Rich Altman, one of the most respected and well liked individuals in the Sports Memorabilia industry is once again hosting his Boston Sports Card and Memorabilia show, one [...]
Via CLNS Radio
March 05, 2012  |  Discuss

What the Hell Happened to...Jim Ard?

Today in What the Hell Happened To, we go back to the 1970s and remember Dave Cowens' backup on the 1976 title team, Jim Ard. Jim attended Thornton Township High School in  Harvey, IL before going to play his college basketball at the University of Cincinnati.  He'd be drafted by the Sonics in he 1970 draft with he 6th overall pick, but began his playing career in the...
Via Celtics Life
November 20, 2011  |  Discuss
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