Larry Bird's top 10 moments with the Boston Celtics | SportsCenter



SportsCenter counts down Boston Celtics legend Larry Bird’s top 10 greatest moments throughout his career, including his franchise-record-setting 60-point game vs. the Atlanta Hawks in 1985, playing with his left hand vs. the Portland Trail Blazers in 1986 and his game-winning fadeaway jump shot vs. the Los Angeles Lakers in game 4 of the 1984 NBA Finals.
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29 comments

  1. Mike bibby on steroids equals larry bird lmao

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  2. Great video but shut the heck up you ruined the clip with your nonsense

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  3. Haha Larry was so ledengary that his opponents could do nothing just be "in awe".
    They were totally speechless.

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  4. commentators suck

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  5. The best thing about Bird is how cocky he is

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  6. Larry Bird, on numerous occasions, had chances to have quadruple double. One time he refused to go back in the game because, according to him, he already caused enough damage.

    Dude doesn’t pad his stats.

    True story.

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  7. these anchors are idiots

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  8. For most people Jordan is the Goat but for me Bird and he was more fun to watch. When Jordan had the ball in his hands you already knew what it was going to happen 99% chance he was going to shoot it. When Bird had it everybody was guessing and when he passed or shot it or whatever he needed to do everybody was in shaking his head in awe…

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  9. Hey look, a PlUmBeR…..

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  10. Larry Bird is still the last white American NBA player to win season and NBA Finals MVP awards.

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  11. My favorite SF of all time, Larry Legend

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  12. Before Mamba Mentality
    It was Bird Mentality

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  13. He's the OG Trash Talker

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  14. Larry bird #1 every day of the week.

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  15. I'm a celtics fan, grew up in East Boston which is LITERALLY a 4 minite drive to the Boston garden,

    And iove me some Larry bird, but it kills me Everytime I have to admit magic was better than Larry legend

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  16. Larry > LeBron

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  17. Better than lebron and in my eyes jordan 1 and bird 2. Lebron 15th

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  18. Growing up in the 90s the GOAT was always MJ, but everyone had Bird second back then. Crazy how much disrespect he gets today. He revolutionized the entire SF position with his elite perimeter game.

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  19. LeBron is the GOAT

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  20. Yeah man dude is a God.

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  21. Goat 🐐 Celtics!$$$$$

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  22. The hick from french lick , I'm maybe bias as celtics fan but I would really only take Michael Jordan over him If I needed a shot with everything on the line

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  23. Era un gran jugador de equipo.

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  24. 2nd greatest player ever behind Jordan.

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  25. i'm not so cool, dude 💫 ☺

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  26. Imagine being so badass and disrespectful that you only use your weak hand. Trailblazers ego must have been hurt😂

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  27. Larry Legend!

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  28. magic and bird won titles in their first 3 years- that's freakin nuts by todays standards. imagine zion winning a chip as a rookie. of course- the lottery make it impossible pretty much for it to happen- but nevertheless- they were great day one. they were winners day one.

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  29. If prime Larry Legend plays in this era, he would average 30-point triple double.

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