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It is likely that they were named the Celtics because of Boston's large Irish-American population.
A member of a basketball team. . A member of a group of tribal societies.
According to USA Today, the Celtics payroll for the 2001-02 season was $47,469,112. Antoine Walker was the highest paid Celtic that season at $11,250,000 and Kenny Anderson wa…s second at $8,350,000.
The Boston Celtics logo was designed by Red Auerbach's brother, Zang, in the early 1950's. Zang was a creative and artistic man who assembled the familiar leprechaun with the …words Boston Celtics arched around it in a circle. View the related link below for more information.
The Celtics are the mascots for Boston's NBA team.
Boston is an Irish city so the celtics are an Irish team
The Celtics settled there.
The Boston Garden was closed on September 28, 1995. (demolished in November of 1997) The Celtics now play in the TD Garden.
The franchise started in 1946 with the Basketball Associaton of America (BAA) which became the National Basketball Association (NBA).
they signed Nate Robinson and Marcus Landry
The Boston Garden
Kevin Garnett and Rasheed Wallace, both 6'11", are the tallest players on the Boston Celtics
Boston Arena (1946), site of the first Celtics game and where the parquet floor was originally installed. Served as a secondary venue during the franchise's early years. Now k…nown as Northeastern University's Matthews Arena . Boston Garden (1946-1995) . Hartford Civic Center (1975-1995), occasionally used for home games . TD Garden (1995-present), formerly known as the Fleet Center (1995-2005) and the TD Banknorth Garden (2005-2009)
The captain of the Boston Celtics is Paul Pierce
The Boston Celtics have won 17 NBA titles.