The Boston Celtics are NBA Legends
The Boston Celtics have been one of the biggest fan favorites in the National Basketball Association for decades. With a huge following of fans from all over the country, the Celtics have also seen a great deal of success. However, even in down years, the Celtics have continuously had packed games, even when they’re on the road. Getting tickets to Boston Celtics games is always a big moment for an NBA fan, and if you are one, or know one, then the sooner you get yours, the better.
The Celtics have won 17 NBA Championships, with the most recent being in 2008. This is the largest number of any team in the NBA. They also have the highest amount of players that have won Most Valuable Player awards. Four of their players have won this coveted title for a total of ten MVPs. These players include legendary names like Larry Bird, Bob Cousy, Bill Russell, and Dave Cowens.
The team’s biggest rival is probably the Los Angeles Lakers. They have played this team in the NBA Finals a total of 12 times. Their last two trips to the Finals (2008 and 2010) were both up against the Lakers. These two teams don’t play each other often because they are in different Conferences, but when they do, this is one of the fiercest rivalries in all of professional sports. These games often sell out very shortly after tickets go on sale.
The Celtics play home games at TD Garden, right in the city of Boston. This is also the stadium where the Boston Bruins play home games. It’s a beautiful arena, right in the heart of this historic city. Boston once had a large population of Irish immigrants, and the team’s name and their mascot—Lucky the Leprechaun—is a reference to this heritage. Celtics games are always fun events, and tickets to Boston Celtics events are some of the most exciting within all of the sports world. If you’ve never seen them play before, now is a better time than any to get some tickets for you and your friends.
2017-2018 – The Celtics are poised to make a big run this year. Get your tickets today.