Boston Celtics Memphis Tickets
A titan of professional basketball will soon take on one of the minnows of professional basketball – it’s the Boston Celtics vs the Memphis Grizzlies. While the Celtics have a rich and glorious history behind them but the Grizzles are an up and coming team. The game will be played at the TD Garden, the home of the Boston Celtics. The TD Garden has a seating capacity of a little over 18,000, so get your Boston Celtics Memphis tickets now, before they are all sold out. The Celtics fans are notorious for being with their team, no matter where it is playing, so make sure to root for your team with tickets in hand.
The Boston Celtics is one of the oldest professional basketball teams in the US. The Celtics have produced some of the greatest basketball players of all time such as Larry Bird, Bill Russell and many others.
The Boston Celtics Past and Present
The Celtics were founded in 1946. As one of the oldest professional basketball teams, the Celtics are the most successful franchise as compared to all the teams in the NHL, NFL, NBA and MLB. They have also won the highest number of basketball championships. Their biggest rivalry is with the Los Angeles Lakers, whom they have met 12 times in NBA Finals (a record). Out of these 12, the Celtics have won 9 times. ‘Lucky the Leprechaun’ is the team’s mascot and represents the Celtics Irish roots.
Ebb and Flow
The 1990s were not so kind to the Celtics, as other teams such as the Chicago Bulls, won back-to-back championships. However, after struggling in the 90s, the team rose again and claimed the most coveted title in 2008. This was the team of basketball giants such as Ray Allen, Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett. These are also known as the new “Big 3.” The original “Big 3” were Robert Parish, Kevin McHale and Larry Bird. Most recently, the Celtics made it into the playoffs in 2015 and are looking dangerous again.
With Boston Celtics Memphis tickets, you can watch your favorite players, Isaiah Thomas, Avery Bradley, Jae Crowder, Amir Johnson and Al Horford take the centre stage against the Memphis Grizzlies.