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Johnny Most - Havlicek Stole The Ball - The Boston Celtics

Johnny Most - Havlicek Stole The Ball - The Boston Celtics
Performer: Johnny Most
Title: Havlicek Stole The Ball - The Boston Celtics
Country: US
Style:Radioplay, Spoken Word
Released: 1967
Catalog number: FLP 3019
Label: Fleetwood Records
MP3 album szie: 2992 mb
FLAC album size: 1027 mb

Tracklist

1Highlights Of Boston Celtic Championship Play-offs 1963-64 - 1965-6624:48
2Highlights Of Boston Celtic Championship Play-offs 1956-57 - 1963-6422:48

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FS 3019Johnny Most Havlicek Stole The Ball - The Boston Celtics ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Fleetwood Records FS 3019US2004

Credits

  • NarratorJohnny Most

Short intro

Havlicek stole the ball is a quote by radio broadcaster Johnny Most, as a jubilant reaction to a steal made by the Boston Celtics' John Havlicek against the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1965 NBA Eastern Conference championship game seven. Most's call of the play has been dubbed by the NBA as the most famous radio call in basketball history. Havlicek was in his third year with the Celtics, and had already won two NBA championships with the team under coach Red Auerbach. John Havlicek seals the win for the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the 1965 Eastern Conference Finals against Wilt Chamberlain and thePhiladelphia 76ers AP - John Havlicek, the Boston Celtics great whose steal of Hal Greens inbounds pass in the final seconds of the 1965 Eastern Conference final against the Philadelphia 76ers remains one of the most famous plays in NBA history, has died. He was 79. The Celtics said the Hall of Famer died Thursday in Jupiter, Florida. The cause of death wasnt immediately available. The Boston Globe said he had Parkinsons disease. Gravel-voiced Johnny Mosts radio call of the 1965 steal - Havlicek stole the ball Havlicek stole the ball - helped make the play one of the most enduring moments in NBA. Havlicek stole. the show. By Ed Henry Fox News. The famous 1965 game where Havlicek stole the ball - to quote the heart-stopping call by broadcaster Johnny Most - preserved a big Celtics playoff win and still echoes decades later. John Havlicek 1973 Focus on Sport. John Havlicek was the leading scorer in Boston Celtics history, but it was his defense that he was best remembered for. John Havlicek of the Boston Celtics drives to a basket as in a game against the New York Nets in at Uniondale, New York, in December Harris, AP file. Breaking News Emails. Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The call by the Celtics' raspy-voiced play-by-play announcer, Johnny Most - Havlicek steals it Over to Sam Jones Havlicek stole the ball It's all over It's all over . John M. Most June 15, 1923 January 3, 1993 was an American sports Announcer, known primarily as the raspy radio voice of the Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association from 1953 to 1990. He is most remembered for his excited call of Havlicek stole the ball during the final moments of Game 7 of the 1965 NBA Eastern Conference Finals. The play sealed the victory for the Boston Celtics. John Havlicek was defended by Bill Bradley of the Knicks in a game at Boston Garden in 1976. His Celtics teammate and fellow Hall of Famer Bill Russell called him the best all-around player I ever saw. By Harvey Araton. April 25, 2019. The play was immortalized by the Celtics longtime radio broadcaster, Johnny Most, whose call - Havlicek stole the ball - became enshrined in every highlight reel of the Celtics glorious history. Red Auerbach always said, Look for an edge, Havlicek recalled in a 2015 . video marking the 50th anniversary of the steal, referring to the Celtics organizational patriarch and nine-time champion coach. Havlicek stole the ball Celtics radio announcer Johnny Most screamed, a moment that remains among the famous plays in NBA history. The Celtics said Havlicek died Thursday in Jupiter, Florida. It is with great sadness we have learned that Celtics Legend and Hall of Famer John Havlicek has passed away peacefully today at the age of 79. He will be dearly missed by his Celtics family. A statement from the Celtics: - Boston Celtics celtics April 26, 2019. Advertisement - story continues below. His most famous play came in the 1965 Eastern Conference finals when he stole the inbounds pass to seal the victory and Boston's play-by-play announcer Johnny Most exclaimed: Havlicek steals it Over to Sam Jones Havlicek stole the ball It's all over It's all over Johnny Havlicek is being mobbed by the fans On Thursday, NBA stars, legends and journalists reacted to passing of Havlicek. Below is a roundup of their tributes. Former U. Senator and two-time NBA champion Bill Bradley. For ten. Havlicek stole the ball Celtics radio announcer Johnny Most screamed, a moment that remains among the famous plays in NBA history. Havlicek died Thursday in Jupiter, Florida, the Celtics said. John Havlicek is one of the most accomplished players in Boston Celtics history, and the face of many of the franchise's signature moments, the Celtics said in a statement. He was a champion in every sense, and as we join his family, friends, and fans in mourning his loss, we are thankful for all the joy and inspiration he brought to us. Nicknamed Hondo for his resemblance to John Wayne, the 6-foot-5 Havlicek helped lead Ohio State to the 1960 national championship