If These Walls Could Talk: Boston Celtics: Stories from the Boston Celtics Sideline, Locker Room, and Press Box (Paperback)

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If These Walls Could Talk: Boston Celtics: Stories from the Boston Celtics Sideline, Locker Room, and Press Box By Cedric Maxwell, Mike Isenberg Cover Image
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A behind the scenes perspective on Boston Celtics history from two-time champion Cedric Maxwell

Having won two NBA titles with the Celtics before joining the broadcasting team as a radio analyst, Cedric Maxwell knows what it means to live and breathe Celtics basketball.

In If These Walls Could Talk: Boston Celtics, Maxwell opens up about his life and career and provides insight into the team's inner sanctum as only he can, from Larry Bird to the Big Three era and up to the current roster.

Featuring conversations with players and coaches past and present as well as off-the-wall anecdotes only Maxwell can tell, this indispensable volume is your ticket to Celtics history.

About the Author


Cedric Maxell won two NBA titles during his 11-year career with the Boston Celtics, including being named the 1981 NBA Finals MVP. Since 2001, he has been part of the Celtics' radio broadcast team on WBZ-FM.

Mike Isenberg is a TV agent for Napoli Management Group. He previously spent 20 years as a producer for ESPN and Fox Sports Detroit.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781629378831
ISBN-10: 1629378836
Publisher: Triumph Books
Publication Date: October 12th, 2021
Pages: 256
Language: English
Series: If These Walls Could Talk