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Boston Celtics - 1986, 2008
New England Patriots - 2002, 2004, 2005
Boston Red Sox - 2004, 2007
Most Valuable Players:
1986 - Roger Clemens (Red Sox)
1986 - Larry Bird (Celtics)
1995 - Mo Vaughn (Red Sox)
2006 - Joe Thornton (Bruins)
2007, 2010 - Tom Brady (Patriots)
2008 - Dustin Pedroia (Red Sox)
Rookies of the Year:
1988 - John Stephens (Patriots)
1991 - Leonard Russell (Patriots)
1995 - Curtis Martin (Patriots)
1997 - Nomar Garciaparra (Red Sox)
1998 - Sergei Samsonov (Bruins)
2004 - Andrew Raycroft (Bruins)
2007 - Dustin Pedroia (Red Sox)
2008 - Jerod Mayo (Patriots)
Coaches of the Year:
1986 - John McNamara (Red Sox)
1994 - Bill Parcells (Patriots)
1998 - Pat Burns (Bruins)
1999 - Jimy Williams (Red Sox)
2003, 2007, 2010 - Bill Belichick (Patriots)
2009 - Claude Julien (Bruins)
Total Points: 183
Hands down the most hated city in sports. If you don't live in Boston, it's almost inevitable to hate the teams that play there.
First of all, they are quite cocky, and second of all, they're just too damn good. Doc Rivers, Terry Francona and Bill Belichick coach three of the best teams in their respective sports, and I see a championship from all three within the next 10 years.
The Red Sox have one of the best lineups in baseball and the Patriots have the second best leader in the NFL (besides Peyton Manning, of course).
The personalities of Paul Pierce, Ray Allen and KG are finally starting to die down, and they may only stick around for another three to five years, so good luck Boston with building a team around Rondo.