The franchise is born, and struggles in its early days under "Honey" and "Doggie".
Red, Cousy, Russell and basketball finally arrive in Boston, and a dynasty is born.
The dynasty continues, and the Russell-Chamberlain rivalry flourishes. Meanwhile, Cousy hangs 'em up -- "We luv ya, Cooz!"
Russell retires, the dynasty dies, and a new breed takes over as Cowens, Havlicek and White lead the way. In the 1976 Finals, Game 5 becomes the Greatest Game Ever Played. And some guy named "Bird" is drafted.
The Big Three lead the charge as the Celtics-Lakers rivalry reaches new heights. Banners 14, 15 and 16 go to the rafters.
The franchise struggles as the Garden closes; Pierce and Walker are drafted and the Pitino era begins.
Pierce, Garnett and Allen (the "new" Big Three) lead the C's back to glory with a 17th NBA Championship.
The Big three era comes to a close; coach Brad Stevens leads a new-look Celtics team.