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On this day: Bob Cousy’s last game as a Celtic; Frank Ramsey drafted

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The Holy Cross product played for 13 seasons with Boston, virtually his entire career apart from seven games as player-coach for the Cincinnati Royals in the 1969-70 season.

Bob Cousy, Boston Celtics guard, goes after a loose ball in game against the St. Louis Hawks in St. Louis, Mo., Tuesday night, Feb. 21, 1956.

Lou Tsioropoulos was the first, a forward drafted 24th overall, and would play three seasons for Boston.

1950: Frank Ramsey #23 of the Boston Celtics dribbles for a mock action portrait circa 1950’s.

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