Top Five Defining Moments In Boston Celtics Draft History

Dan McConeCorrespondent IJune 19, 2009

Top Five Defining Moments In Boston Celtics Draft History

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    BOSTON, MA - OCTOBER 28: The Boston Celtics raise 2008 World Championship banner during the 2008 NBA World Championship ceremony before a game against the Cleveland Cavaliers at the TD Banknorth Garden on October 28, 2008 in Boston, Massachusetts. NOTE TO

5. 1962: It’s Just Not Fair: Celtics Draft John Havlicek with the Last Pick in the Draft

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4. 1980: Who Barely Cares About the #1 Pick?: Celtics Make Draft Day Trade Dealing off the #1 Overall Pick To Golden St. For Robert Parish and the #3 Pick

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    Forward Kevin McHale of the Boston Celtics watches the ball during a game.

3. 1986: Len Bias and the Demise of the Boston Celtics

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2. 1978: Boston Drafts and Waits for ‘The Hick from French Lick’

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    UNDATED:  BOSTON CELTICS FOWARD LARRY BIRD SHOOTS A JUMP SHOT DURING AN NBA GAME. Mandatory Credit: Allsport/ALLSPORT

1. 1956: A Franchise Making Deal: Celtics Trade Ed MaCauley and the Rights to Cliff Hagan for the #2 Pick in the Draft

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