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One of the successful team franchises that won the most National Basketball Association or NBA championships is the Boston Celtics. Based in Massachusetts, they already won 17 championships, a quarter to count in the NBA history since its first conference in 1946. They are part of the Atlantic Division in the Eastern Conference and currently owned by the Boston Basketball Partners LLC.

For thirteen years since 1957 to 1969, they already bagged thirteen NBA championships and eight consecutive streaks. Huge thanks to the NBA Hall of Famers Bob Cousy, Bill Russell, John Havlicek and Larry Bird with the help of their coach Red Auerbach. And the winning takes back when the Big Three leaders that bagged the 17th championship of the team; Kevin Garnett, Ray Allen and Paul fierce joined forces. In addition to that, point guard Rajon Rondo is developing hard to be a potential NBA superstar. With the state’s Irish descendants, their mascot ‘Lucky the Leprechaun’ became an icon in the NBA games as their official theme.

However, sometime in the previous year, two of the Big Three Players became free agents and a new set of draft was acquired from different teams. Today, Boston Celtics is developing their new players in another era for young basketball players.

Boston Celtics has 4 arenas namely: Boston Arena, Boston Garden, Hartford Civic Center and TD Garden which is their home court from 1995 up to present.

In the history of the NBA, they faced different teams and can be considered their rivals. Some of the teams are the Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers, Detroit Pistons, New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, Atlanta Hawks and who will forget the game between them and the Miami Heat?

Lastly, a long list of achievement and accomplishment is within the team. Aside from taking the number of championships, they have a lot of hall of famers not just by the players, but also coaches and staff.

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