Brooklyn Nets’ 4 jerseys for all 2018-19 games

Brooklyn Nets’ 4 jerseys for all 2018-19 games

From the 2017-18 season, after Nike became the NBA jerseys sponsor, all teams routinely have four types of jerseys, respectively, Association Edition , Icon Editon , Statement Edition , City Edition. Let’s have a look at the following Nets jerseys.

Association Edition is the home jersey of the past Adidas era, now mostly worn on the road.

The crisp and clean Association jersey was a classic the day it was unveiled for the 2012 season. The Brooklyn whites were the Nets’ original home jersey upon their move to Barclays Center. This jersey did not make any radical changes to the Nets’ uniforms. They opted to keep the same basic design as the old jerseys. One of the biggest differences is the Infor patch on the right side of the jersey. The neckline on the jersey looks to be wider than the old uniforms.

Icon Edition is the first away jersey in the past Adidas period, now mostly used for home wear.

The black Icon jersey is Brooklyn’s primary uniform for home games at Barclays Center. Originally unveiled in 2012, the look is inspired by the throwback playground aesthetic that recalls Brooklyn’s legendary basketball roots. This jersey did not make any radical changes to the Nets’ uniforms. They opted to keep the same basic design as the old jerseys. One of the biggest differences is the Infor patch on the right side of the jersey. The neckline on the jersey looks to be wider than the old uniforms.

Statement Edition is the second away jersey of some teams, but the Nets’ Statement Edition has not been used as the second away jersey.

City Edition is the Nike era every season to launch a new city-themed jersey.

The jersey features a V-neck collar, black color scheme, white player numbers, team name and brand logo, and colorful camouflage design on both sides of the jersey that brings together Brooklyn’s diverse culture, music and art. The text above the jersey tag and the camouflage pattern on the side of the jersey are a tribute to Brooklyn’s legendary singer Biggie’s hometown neighborhood.

New city edition jerseys for NBA 2021-22 season II

the city edition jerseys of the league’s Eastern Conference Southeast Division for NBA 2021-22 75th Anniversary season.

Let’s have a look at the city edition NBA jerseys of the league’s Eastern Conference Southeast Division for NBA 2021-22 75th Anniversary season.

With a striking pair of wings stretched across the chest, these City Edition jerseys pay tribute to one of the NBA’s highest-flying teams, it also honors a Hawks legacy of flamboyant style, epic duels, spectacular dunks, and infinite highlight reels—dating back to the team’s first season. This City Edition moments mixtape uniform is a part of the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Season celebration. 

The City Edition uniform was to tell a holistic story of the evolution of the team and brand from the inaugural season of 1988-89, through the return of the Hornets name to Charlotte in 2014, to the present day. The front of the jersey features a script “Charlotte” wordmark that has never been used before on a Hornets uniform. The use of script calls back to the popular design of pennants that hung in the background when the original Hornets uniforms were unveiled in 1988. The numbers on the front and back of the jersey are in the current Hornets font, while the player name on the back appears in the classic Hornets font. The number on the front of the jersey is right justified, reminiscent of the uniforms worn by the Bobcats from 2004-2009 and 2012-2014. The jersey also includes the anthem “EST. 1988” in the classic Hornets font on the bottom right front above the jocktag, acknowledging the franchise’s founding.

The Heat’s city edition jersey is a big fusion of the team name letters on the front of the jersey design from the Big Three and the post-Triumvirate era of multi-style mix and match, the first letter “M” two-color is the configuration of the Big Three era, the fourth “M” is the post-Triumvirate era The first letter “M” in two colors is the configuration of the Big Three era, and the fourth “M” is the template of the post-Triumph era. The numbers on the jerseys are also a mix of styles, with the black and white font derived from the black jerseys of the Big Three era.

The pinstripes and star pay homage to cherished symbols of the Magic’s past while incorporating the color orange to create a vibrant and inspirational theme representing the bright future of tomorrow in a bold new design. The iconic comet ball is also featured on the side panel representing a team that’s chasing higher heights. The neck and arm taping is a throwback to the team’s original uniforms — and the side insert features the Magic’s original partial logo. 

The orange color was unveiled in the team’s Nike NBA City Edition uniform in 2019 to represent what Orlando is famous for – sunshine and citrus. From its very early beginnings, orange has been a part of Orlando – from sunshine, to orange groves to Orange County to Orange Ave., it’s the color thread that intertwines the fabric of this city, its people and this team.

The City Edition jersey features elements from the uniforms of the Baltimore Bullets of the 1960’s and the red stripes on a blue chassis reminiscent of the Washington Bullets of the 1970’s. Gold and white details are included with trims along the neck and arm areas, while the wordmark “Washington” and the numbers on the front and back of the jersey are also gold and white as a nod to the Wizards’ uniforms of the 2000’s. The uniform also honors Hall of Famer Wes Unseld, who defined the franchise as a player, coach and executive through various eras from its time in Baltimore to its current home in Washington.

New city edition jersey for NBA 2021-22 Season I

New city edition jersey for NBA 2021-22

Let’s have a look at the city edition NBA jerseys of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference of the American Men’s Professional Basketball League for NBA 2021-22 75th Anniversary season.

This year’s Raptors City Edition jerseys pay an ode to the franchise’s first-ever uniforms with the classic giant Raptor on the front, along with the original font and jagged pinstripes. However, the uniform is remixed with the black and gold “OVO” colourway that has become a staple in Toronto’s alternate jerseys since 2015, a tribute to the team’s Global Ambassador, Drake. 

The City Edition yarns pay homage to the team’s legacy and the iconic moments that have defined the franchise’s 75-year history. The jersey projects a white wordmark and number scheme from a solid green base, the back features a white nameplate block under the player’s jersey number, a nod to it. The ribbon around the arms and neck replicates the 1965 team uniform. In addition, 17 clovers are located on the lower left of the jersey, at the top. above the jocktag, each wearing the year of a Celtics championship season. The uniform also recognizes Boston basketball legends with three replica banners containing the 24 player numbers and names that have been withdrawn by the organization.

The 2021-22 76ers City Edition uniform celebrates the NBA’s 75th Anniversary and the franchise’s storied history by honoring their home from 1967-1996, the Philadelphia Spectrum. The front of the jersey features a variation of the art-deco style “Sixers” wordmark that the team wore in the mid-1970s in bold red with crisp white outline. The Spectrum color panels run down both sides of the uniform and nod to Philadelphia’s “4 for 4” sports fans.A “4 for 4” fan supports all four major professional sports teams in Philadelphia.The numerals are derived from 1976-77 uniforms and the overall Navy Blue base color is a fresh and prestigious look for the team that honors their legacy.

The new uniforms for this season were designed to incorporate different eras of the franchise, creating a modern look while paying homage to the totality of Nets history. From the stars and stripes design of the Dr. J era, to the redesigned 1990s wordmark revived with last season’s Nike NBA Classic Edition jerseys, the argyle side panel of the consecutive NBA Finals teams in 2002 and 2003, and the influence of the distinctly styled herringbone court on the team’s uniforms in 2012, the 2021-22 Nike NBA City Edition Uniform honors the Nets’ legacy from New York to New Jersey and back, highlighting a sequence of recognizable looks.

The Jersey features the Knicksâ signature black and orange piping over a black base. Change the black base with blue and it’s eerily reminiscent of the Knicks road jerseys in the late 90s. The new city edition jersey comes with checkered side panels and the Nike NYC logo.It was designed according to a “mixtape” theme and an ode to the biggest Knicks moments over the last 75 years.

Celtics’ 23 retired jerseys

The No. 1 NBA jersey belongs to the above-mentioned Celtics founder and owner Brown, and the No. 2 jersey belongs to “Cardinal” Auerbach.
The No. 3 jersey belongs to Dennis Johnson, who played seven seasons with the Celtics, averaging 12.6 points and 6.4 assists per game, and was a defensive stalwart who was also named to the All-Star and Best Defensive Team first team.
The No. 6 jersey belongs to the greatest player in Celtics history, Bill Russell, who led the team to the finals 12 times in 13 seasons with the Green Jackets, winning 11 championships, including the eight straight.
The No. 10 jersey belongs to JJ White, who played 10 seasons with the Celtics, was named an All-Star seven times, and was the Finals MVP, averaging 18.4 points per game in 717 games.
The No. 14 jersey belongs to the Celtics’ greatest point guard Bob Cousy, who played 13 seasons for the Green Jackets, averaging 18.5 points and 7.6 rebounds per game, and was named to the Best XI first team 10 times and an All-Star 13 times.

The No. 15 jersey belongs to Tom Haynesohn, who averaged 18.6 points and 8.8 rebounds per game in nine seasons, the year the Celtics drafted him with the local draft pick exception and used the trade for the top pick to select Russell, drafting two all-time greats in the same year.
The No. 16 jersey belongs to Tom Sanders, who played all 13 seasons with the Celtics, averaging 9 points and 6 rebounds per game, but he helped the Celtics win eight championships with his defense.
The No. 17 jersey belongs to John Havlicek, and it was under his leadership that the Celtics could win two more championships after Russell retired. He played 16 seasons for the Green Jackets, averaging 20.8 points per game, was named an All-Star 13 times, and played 1,270 games for the Celtics.
The No. 18 jersey belonged to Dave Cowens, the legendary center who averaged 18 points and 14 rebounds in 10 seasons. Los Kotov did not retire his No. 18 when he retired, so Cowens donned the No. 18 jersey and had the number eventually retired with him.
The No. 19 jersey belonged to Don Nelson, who averaged 11.4 points and played in 872 games over 11 seasons with the Celtics. After retiring, Don Nelson coached the Mavericks and Warriors, and led the Warriors to a miracle Black Eight against the Mavericks.

The 23 jerseys flying in the TD Garden Arena

Celtics, Boston Greens, when fans say this name, there are honors, glory, but also carries a lot of people’s youth, this founding team of the NBA, in TD Garden Arena, leaving too many stories.

Celtics from 1946 as one of the founding teams of the NBA, has been 70 years of history, plus the Celtics brilliant player history, they emerged too many star players, and the retirement of the jersey, is as a player career, the greatest honor it. He represents a team’s recognition of a player, and so far, the Celtics have retired 23 jerseys.

From Bill Russell to the current Tatum, countless green soldiers have fought for the team’s honor, creating many legends belonging to the Celtics. And the flags that represent them are also floating over the dome

In the 23 flags, 20 of them are the jerseys of the legendary players who played for the Celtics before, and the remaining three retired jerseys belong to the Celtics’ most legendary “Cardinal” Auerbach, live commentator Johnny Most and team owner and creator Walter Brown.

Number of Celtics jerseys – No.0 Jersey

Number of Celtics jerseys – No.0 Jersey

1.Avery Bradley:

Avery Bradley is 6’2 point guard, very short but a total defensive tough guy, first round 19 pick in 2010. A lot of people have grown up with AB along the way, and everyone has witnessed how a great point guard matures step by step. In his rookie season he was a player who averaged less than 2 points per game and couldn’t even dribble the ball well. In his second season, with Ray Allen’s injury, he took his chance and immediately became a starter, averaging 7.6 points per game. With the departure of Ray Allen, AB sat firmly as the Celtics’ starting point guard, scoring has been improving, and defense has not been lost, making the second defense in the 12-13 season and the first defense in the 15-16 season.

Unfortunately, as the last veteran of the Big Three era, Bradley was traded to the Pistons this year.

2、Walter McCarty:

Walter McCarty is a 6’10 power forward swingman who was a first-round pick in the 19th round in 1996. In his rookie season with the Knicks, he could only contribute 1.8 points in 5.5 minutes per game; in his second season he came to Boston, where he spent eight seasons, appearing in 494 games, and was able to score 5.7 points and 2.8 rebounds in 19.2 minutes of playing time per game. McCarty was a defensive blue-collar player who played dedicated defense, yet his poor offensive game allowed him to shoot less than 40% from the field.

The Celtics traded him to the Suns before the trade deadline for the 2004-2005 season in exchange for a second-round pick in 2007.

3、Leon Powe:

Leon Powe is a 6’8 power forward who was a second round 19th rounder in 2006. He should be best remembered for his breakout performance in the ’08 Finals, providing the team with firepower off the bench. Starting with his rookie season, Bowie played three years in Boston and was able to contribute 6.2 points and 3.8 rebounds per game in 189 games. He was a great frontcourt rebounder, averaging 1.8 frontcourt rebounds per game and shooting 52 percent from the field during his career in Boston.

In the 2009 offseason, Bowie signed a multi-year contract with the Cavaliers. However, after that, he was plagued by knee injuries. In the 10-11 season, Bowie finally chose to retire due to a serious knee injury.

4、Eric Montross:

Eric Montross was a 7-foot white center who was the 9th overall pick in the first round in 1994. After averaging 10 points per game in his rookie season, he dropped to 7.2 in his second season, then was traded away by the Celtics in the 1996 draft for a first-round pick, which subsequently drafted Anthony Walker. After that, Montrose never averaged more than five points per game in a single season, a classic case of rookie-as-peak.

In 2002, Montrose fell at home and broke his left foot, requiring a surgery that was not guaranteed to heal. So, Montrose chose to retire.

5、Orien Greene:

Orien Greene is a 6’4 two-way guard who was a second round 23rd rounder in 2005. Greene was just a passé for the Celtics, spending his rookie season with Boston and contributing 3.2 points per game.

Due to his poor performance, he was subsequently cut by the team after his rookie season.

6、Jayson Tatum

Jayson Tatum, the Celtics’ scout in this year’s draft, scored a double-double with 14 points, 10 rebounds and 3 assists against the Cavaliers in this year’s opener, becoming the first Celtics rookie to score a double-double in his first career game since Big Bird in 1979.

He has the arm strength and height to excel at both frontcourt positions in modern basketball, averaging 13.9 points and 5.8 rebounds per game this season, while shooting 46% from three.

He has a bright future ahead of him.

7、Robert Parish

The reason why Robert Parish is put in last place is because technically speaking, Parish’s number is 00, which is why the Celtics retired his jersey and the next player can still wear 0. But there is only one 00 jersey, so let’s put Robert Parish’s number as a kind of 0 for now.

Robert Parish was selected by the Golden State Warriors in the 1st round, 8th overall, in the 1976 NBA Draft. He played for the Golden State Warriors, Boston Celtics, Charlotte Hornets and Chicago Bulls in his career, winning four NBA championships (1981, 1984, 1986, 1997) and being named to the NBA All-Star team nine times, and was selected to the NBA’s He was named to the NBA’s Best XI in 1982 and the NBA’s Best XI in 1989.

On January 19, 1998, the Celtics retired Robert Parrish’s No. 00 jersey [. 2003, he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

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A hug that has been waiting for 10 years!

After all these years, Marcus Smart still remembers the night he first played with Kevin Garnett.

The current Boston Celtics core guard and Garnett never crossed paths in Boston. Garnett and Paul Pierce were traded together to the Brooklyn Nets before Smart was drafted sixth overall by the Celtics in 2014, but their connection to this team, their identical passion for the game, their perseverance, immediately resonated between them.

Smart always remembered his first NBA game, which was the Celtics vs. the Nets and Garnett’s game.

I was defending Jarrett Jack (Bucks guard) and a ball dropped and me, Jared Sullinger and Garrett were all fighting for it and I was the first one on the floor to get it,” recalled Smart. I remember getting the ball and throwing it to Jeff Green, who was open for a dunk, and I remember KG falling right on top of me. After that, he patted me down and said, ‘Good job, young man.’ You know how much the KG team cares about that kind of behavior. Showing respect to people is very rare for him, especially when he’s playing. So that was a great moment for me. It was a moment of, ‘I can do this, I’m doing the right thing.'”

“It’s crazy and ridiculous and taken for granted.” Smart said, “I think it’s not just us, everybody’s excited. Even if you’re not a Boston fan, considering everything he did in the game, you’re excited for him.”

On March 14, Garnett, 45, walked into TD Garden in black and set the entire arena on fire once again. Garnett looked as if he could still inject 10 minutes of tenacity into the Celtics by slapping his big hands on the mahogany parquet floor as he sauntered through the aisles and out to the center circle, looking down at the sign of his reinvigorated team.

Over the past few years, accolades have hit the retired Garnett like a spring rain. He was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, he joined forces with a host of former rivals and teammates to become the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Top 75 Superstar, and his memoir became one of the nation’s best-selling autobiographies. Now, he is going to receive another supreme honor – jersey retirement.

Before that, he walked into the Celtics’ locker room. The Celtic staff told him that there will now always be a place for him in the dressing room. “I WANT TO BE KNOWN AS THE BEST TEAMMATE EVER. (I want to be likened to the best teammate ever.)” Garrett’s quote is emblazoned on the wall at the entrance to the locker room. Smart’s locker is the first in the entrance, closest to the quote. This young man, who in the first game of his career sparred with Garnett for floor balls, is without a doubt the KG of the moment on this team, and the most popular teammate.

The game rallied from a 13-point deficit as Jayson Tatum’s game-winning 3-pointer bounced off the rim and the Mavericks came back from a 13-point deficit to turn the game around, 95-92. An afternoon worth celebrating had a few more regrets. Maverick head coach Jason Kidd patted Garnett as he left the court, man, sorry to spoil your day.

Although the two Hall of Famers never played together in the NBA, they enjoyed games together on Team U.S.A., All-Star. 2013-14, Kidd had the opportunity to coach Garnett directly. In Kidd’s eyes, Garnett has the work ethic and competitiveness that makes coaching him a “coach’s dream.

“As a teammate, you’re asking a guy who comes to practice every day.” Kidd replied in the interview, “Just the output he puts into practice is unbelievable. He has so much energy and he’s so much fun to be around. You know you have to be ready to go.”

From the moment the Celtics brought Garnett in from the Minnesota Timberwolves in a big “seven-for-one” trade in 2007, players, coaches and staff agreed that his arrival changed the entire look of the team. And so it is, Garnett has reshaped the Celtics’ backbone.

That summer, Garnett went to the Celtics’ Waltham training facility right after the trade was completed, underwent a physical and received a general report from the Celtics on his new future job.

At one point, several people lost contact with Garnett. After looking around they found him on the practice floor, alone and staring thoughtfully at those NBA championship banners hanging from the ceiling.

He was engrossed,” recalled Celtics assistant general manager Mike Zarren. We’ve signed and traded for a lot of different players, but none of them would actually take the time to really soak it in like he did.”

Because of this incident, the team quickly learned about his qualities. Garnett’s best known trait is his unwavering toughness. Throughout his career, everyone who came in contact with him marveled at his indomitable will. Most famously, Doug Rivers was forced to end his off-day workouts early because of him. During the first few practices of the 2007-08 season, then head coach Rivers had given Garnett a privilege because they both decided it wasn’t necessary to put the team’s cornerstone player on both offense and defense through too much basic training.

“KG didn’t want to be special at all, so when he was thrown off the practice team, he would start sprinting and running on the sidelines all by himself.” Said former Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Angel, “That’s him declaring in his own way, ‘I’m going to keep working even though you’re taking me off the team.'”

Garnett, with the ball in one hand and his practice clothes on, ran and shouted the same things he did during the game, even ducking to avoid colliding with others.

As time went on, this approach became very common. During one practice, Garrett was once again scheduled to rest, but he was also once again pounding the ball alone on the sidelines.

“We looked over to him and he was just saying to himself ‘Come on, KG, don’t let them beat you! You’re better than them!'” Leon Bowie, a member of the 2008 championship team, said, “Every practice run on the field, he fought hard to get to the front of the pack, and every time he got behind, he would get mad at himself. Those of us who saw that were like, ‘What the hell is going on with Big Ballot (Garnett’s nickname)?'”

Brian Scalabrine prefers to tell the story of how Garnett giggled while watching the animated sitcom “House of Mischief” in the cramped training room inside the home locker room. But as soon as it’s time for kickoff, Garrett immediately shifts into game mode.

One game day, Skara Bryan walked by Garrett’s room and Garrett said to him, Hey this TM is too funny. Skara Bryan laughed and agreed, then left. After a while, he forgot to get his wrist guards and walked back in.

“Exactly 30 seconds ago, we were laughing about that cartoon. So I made a few jokes about it, but KG suddenly just snapped his face and said, ‘Hey, damn it, focus! We’re going to focus up!’ I look up and it turns out the clock starts ticking an hour before the game starts, and I’m like, oh my bad, I grabbed my wrist brace and left.” Skara Bryan said.

The season before Garnett came to the Celtics, the “powerhouse” team had just 24 wins and 58 losses, the second-lowest in the league. It is still hard to believe that in just one year, the Celtics, who had been sinking for 21 years, were on top of the world and became NBA champions. There are always people who believe that as long as the “Big Three” are assembled, they can win the title in place. However, for more than a decade, it has been proven that no championship team is led by the “Big Three” temporarily assembled that season, LeBron James did not do it, Durant, Irving and Harden did not do it either.

“Garnett has a ton more energy in him than any player I’ve ever seen. He’s like a kid who just got drafted. Because that’s his style, because of his excitement and energy, because of his rapport with Pierce and Ray Allen and how rare they are together.” Angie had this to say.

Garnett is like one of those radiant, confident people in your circle of friends who, when he approaches, has an energy and aura that changes the entire space. Former Celtics physical coach Brian Du confessed that before Garnett joined, Paul Pierce’s work ethic had been very serious, but when Garnett announced he was joining, Pierce seemed like a completely different person. Pierce realized that he was being watched by the same level of superstars, and he had to come up with the strongest performance.

Bill Russell compared Garnett to another version of himself after he joined the Celtics. in March 2008, after the Celtics beat the Pistons to clinch an early playoff berth, Russell came into the locker room to have a face-to-face meeting with Garnett.

“I’m always saying, you’re my favorite player to watch from the sidelines.” The Celtics’ all-time best player had said to Garnett.

Reid Auerbach, the chief architect and founding father of the Celtics dynasty, wrote in his book, “When the game was on the line and the ball was in a position where you could all scramble for it, Russell was unparalleled.” Forty years later, even though Garnett couldn’t do what Russell did to go 10-0 in a steal, he approached every play, every scramble, every round with the same level of commitment. Scrambling, shoving, ranting, stepping up to protect his teammates, and treating his opponents with chatter.

Tony Allen, Brandon Bass, Avery Bradley, Rajon Rondo …… More than one teammate was surprised by his focus on the game.

He doesn’t allow us to fool around and get into the game,” Bass said. Even if it wasn’t even a playoff game, it was just a regular season game.”

Bradley: “I’ve seen him yell and scream before a game just because somebody had music playing before the game. He takes the game as seriously as I’ve ever seen him take it.”

Everything on the court is worthy of his seriousness, and every detail counts. In his six years with the Celtics, Mike Zarren said “KG has been consistent, he hasn’t changed a bit.”

Skara Bryan: “It’s hard to find a guy who is as focused on basketball and as willing to give to his teammates as Garnett. No one cares more about his teammates than Garnett. No player in the history of the game is better than him in my eyes.”

him forever. The game against the Lone Ranger ended, leaving about 30 minutes of empty space on the floor. The team’s staff was setting up the floor, a dimly lit scene still reeling from the loss. When Garnett took the court, he quickly let the pain from the loss dissipate with a few words, infusing everyone on the floor with energy and enthusiasm in his own way.

“Listen, I know you’re all with me, but what I don’t know is you’re fucking standing with me like this.” Garnett finished, then got up and pounded his chest as his roar grew louder and louder.

It was a night that belonged to Garnett, yet not just to Garnett. Garnett’s former teammates, members of the 2008 title-winning team, arrived early, and Eddie House, Glen Davis and Kendrick Perkins were hanging around the court nearly an hour before tipoff. Pierce shot a video and posted it to social media.

Life is made up of many memories, and spending time together is making memories. His memories have you and your memories have him, and that’s the best.

So the moment he returns, the spring breeze rises, the ice melts, and the sleeping mind is gently knocked awake.

Ray Allen, one of the “Big Three”, is here. Ten years have passed since he decided to leave the Celtics for the Heat in 2012. Ray Allen’s move to the Heat hurt Garnett, and he never hid his emotions. But in the past few years, Garnett has become less obsessed. Pierce, Allen and Garnett posed for a photo together at the Big 75 party during All-Star Weekend, which has signaled that the relationship between the three of them has thawed.

During a timeout in the first quarter of the game, Allen appeared on the big screen, where he received a warm and sustained applause. During the ceremony, Garnett interrupted Scalabrine’s Q&A session by grabbing the microphone and calling out Allen, who was sitting next to Pierce.

“I want to say something.” Garnett said, “It’s great to see Ray Allen here. Really.” Allen got up from his chair and walked toward Garnett at midcourt, and the two embraced in an excited hug. Moments later, Pierce joined in. Under that championship banner they had won that year, the Big Three were truly together again, reunited 14 years after winning the Green’s only championship since 1986.

“Ray’s next, damn it, you’re next.” Garnett said. Yes, Garnett was referring to Allen’s Celtics No. 20 jersey. Maybe Allen has taken a few steps toward that possibility, knowing that this is his first time back at TD Garden in nearly eight years.

“I was hesitant when it came time to announce the jersey retirement, not because I didn’t want it here, but because I wasn’t sure Kevin wanted me to be here.” Allen said, “I was never sure if he wanted to. I love this building and I haven’t been here in a long time, so I wanted to stand in front of the fans.”

In the 2010-11 season, the Celtics were defeated 4-1 in the playoffs by the new “Big Three” of James, Wade and Bosh. After winning the series, James dropped to one knee to cover his face and sobbed for a long time without getting up. For the NBA, this victory meant a new “Big Three era” at the time. However, the three men were not crushed at the end of the season.

The three sat together, facing the ESPN camera also open heart to speak freely, Garnett said: “This season, we are from all sides is not easy, we have set the height of their own team, when we lost two or three games, everyone will ask: ‘What happened this season? “

“We’re a team. If a warrior’s armor breaks, you know what happens? Lose the game.” Garrett said, “But you have to get up again and recover from the broken armor. I’ve lost my mind sometimes and it’s discouraging.”

At the time, Ray Allen said, “We’ve played long enough to know every kind of trap, very few we haven’t seen, and all three of us know to each other that no matter what happens, the game has to be played.”

After the first loss to the Heat, all three men reflected individually. Allen was blunt in front of the camera, in front of the other two: “What didn’t you do? What did you do? I don’t want any regrets between the three of us.”

Ten years have passed and all grudges can seem to die in a mutual smile.

“No words are needed to communicate.” Allan said, “Just being around each other and talking is enough. We’re old men now, we have nothing to sit down and be angry about, after all, we did something very special together.”

The two finals experience has made the “Big Three” work seamlessly with each other, playing the game is a set of Mozart-style classical music. Whenever they play, it is unparalleled and perfect. If you change one note, the piece will lack rhythm, if you change one phrase, the structure of the piece will disintegrate.

Garrett’s controversial comments, appropriate or inappropriate, his long-winded trash talk and profanity are all part of who he is. If he’s your teammate, he’d die for you, and if you turn out to be his on-court rival, he’ll be doing it to you even if you’re his own brother. This is probably the best teammate ever and the reason why he is so infectious.

Those who were there, those who weren’t, Rondo, Kevin McHale, Sam Cassell, Rivers, they all talk about Garnett’s dedication, his insatiable desire to win. And it was all a little overwhelming for Garnett to hear.

“It’s incredible, guys. I can’t imagine, I didn’t expect this at all.” Garnett, 45, watched the video playing on the big screen, unaware that two lines of tears were trickling down from the corners of his eyes.

The trio reunited, taking away all the questions and replacing them with hugs, tears and grateful smiles. This time, as Allen had hoped: no more regrets between the three.

Celtics history connects every generation, and each of the 17 championships deepens the connection between the past and the present. A few moments later, Garnett walked to the sidelines and, with Phil Collins’ “In the Air Tonight” blaring, he pulled the rope with his daughters to slowly raise the jersey banner labeled No. 5 to the top of the dome. Next to his No. 5 is Pierce’s No. 34 NBA jerseythen next to the championship banner that he, Pierce and Ray Allen raised together 14 years ago.

I’ve waited my whole life for this moment, can you feel it coming from the night sky tonight.

The best teammate Garnett, the most incomparable Garnett, the Garnett who gave 100% every game.

“I love you, Boston.” Garnett said. After saying that, he struck his heart again.

The great numbers of Celtics jerseys

The great numbers of Celtics jerseys

The Celtics retired Kevin Garnett’s No. 5 NBA jersey on March 14, 2022 at home against the Mavericks. Garnett, who had helped the Celtics take the team’s 17th championship trophy in franchise history in the 2007-2008 season, enjoyed the highest honors with the Celtics, and the Celtics became the team with the most retired jerseys in history, and the rare single number jersey is Only No. 0, No. 4, No. 7, No. 8 and No. 9 are left to choose from. The following whinny takes a look at the owners of other single-number jerseys.

  1. No. 1 jersey: Walter Brown jersey retirement date: October 17, 1964

Walter Brown single-handedly created the Celtics and has a great influence on the promotion of basketball, if everyone has heard of Nye Smith, then I can only tell you that Brown’s contribution to basketball is not smaller than Nye Smith, he is the founder of the NBA predecessor BAA, he once joined forces with Auerbach to contribute to the Celtics six championships, and the Celtics also retired his jersey No. 1 in his playing days, since then the Celtics no longer No. 1 jersey.

2. No. 2 jersey ; Arnold Auerbach Jersey Retirement Date: January 4, 1985

“Cardinal” Auerbach has a total of 16 championship rings, of which he led the Celtics as head coach won nine, and then as the team’s general manager won seven, which also makes him a Celtics dynasty of merit, Auerbach is particularly good at identifying players, such as Bird, Mike Hale and Parrish were discovered and developed by Auerbach.

3. No. 3 jersey: Dennis Johnson jersey retirement date: December 13, 1991

Johnson, who started out with the Supersonics, was sent to the Suns because of a personality issue that first clashed with Supersonic star Wilkins, and then fell out with the Suns’ head coach Mike Riod, but the talented Johnson was still seen by “Cardinal” Auerbach, and since then he has started his legendary journey with the Celtics, creating the Celtics dynasty again with Bird and others, winning three NBA championships and being crowned MVP of the 1979 Finals.

4. No. 5 jersey: Kyle Garnett jersey retirement time: March 14, 2022

Although Garnett only brought the Celtics a championship trophy, although Garnett also did not win the FMVP, although the team’s boss at the time or Paul Pierce, but this does not affect the Celtics team’s respect for Garnett. Because Garnett went to the Celtics, to the team to bring the toughness of the Celtics dynasty, Garnett went to the Celtics before the team only hovered on the edge of the playoffs, and Garnett brought tough defense and roar of dominance is the spirit of the Celtics dynasty needs to be passed on.

5. No. 6 jersey: Bill Russell Jersey Retirement Date: March 12, 1972

Russell has also lived up to the expectations of the Celtics, helping the team win 9 total championships in 10 years as a player, and 2 championships as a coach and player since then, all kinds of easy since most, and now the FMVP is named “Bill Russell NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award” and presented by Russell himself, which is the biggest recognition of Russell’s achievements.

In addition the Celtics have retired jerseys #00 of Robert Parrish, #10 of Joe Joe White, #14 of Bob Cousy, #15 of Tom Hainthorn, #16 of Tom Sanders, #17 of Havlicek, #18 of Cowenson, #19 of Don Nelson, #21 of Bill Sharman, #22 of McCollum, #23 of Ramsey, #24 of Sam Jones, #25 of KC Jones, #31 of Maxwell, #32 of Kevin McHale, #33 of Larry Bird, #34 of Pierce and #35 of Reggie Lewis.

Madar: It’s really like a dream come true to play in a Celtics jersey

Madar: It’s really like a dream come true to play in a Celtics jersey

The Celtics defeated the Hawks 85-83 in the Summer League.

After the game, Celtics player Yam Madar spoke to the media about the game.

“It’s really like a dream come true to walk on the court in a Celtics jersey. Madar said in the interview.

For the game, Madar had 8 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists.

Yam Madar is a deft and versatile Israeli guard whose dribbling and passing are his forte. In 2019, he teamed up with this year’s draft pick Denis Avdia to lead the Israeli men’s basketball team to a sweep at the U20 Men’s EuroBasket, where he was the team’s top passer and second-leading scorer.

How many numbers of NBA jerseys have the Celtics retired?

How many numbers of NBA jerseys have the Celtics retired?

How many numbers of NBA jerseys have the Celtics retired?

Garnett’s No. 5 jersey was retired on Mar.13th, 2022, some fans commented: how many jerseys have been retired in the history of the Celtics? Today we’ll talk about it. Because there are so many retired jerseys, the Green Army’s retired jerseys are presented in a banner, not a separate one like other teams.

Currently the Celtics have retired 23 numbers. The chart below is a count of Pierce and Garnett before they retired, so it is not complete, only 21.

Finally, let’s take a look at the 23 retired numbers of the Celtics: 00 Parrish, 1 Walter Brown, 2 Arnold Auerbach, 3 Dennis Johnson, 5 Garnett, 6 Bill Russell, 10 Joe Joe White, 14 Bob Cousy, 15 Tom Heinsohn, 16 Tom Sanders

No. 17 John Havlicek, No. 18 Dave Cowens, No. 19 Don Nelson, No. 21 Bill Sharman, No. 22 Edward McCauley, No. 23 Frank Ramsey, No. 24 Sam Jones, No. 25 KC Jones, No. 31 Cedric Maxwell, No. 32 McHale, No. 33 Byrd, No. 34 Pierce, No. 35 Reggie Lewis.