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#bobcousy #celtics #nba - A big special thank you once again to 🤍70sfan for helping to uncover rare NBA footage. The film has been colorized from black and white, the frames have been corrected for natural flow and the clips were up-scaled to 4k.
On his 90th Birthday, we take a look at some rare footage of great passing from the NBA's first passing wizard, Bob Cousy! Subscribe to the NBA: 🤍 For news, stories, highlights and more, go to our official website at 🤍 Get NBA LEAGUE PASS: 🤍
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Bob Cousy best plays from his career. There is not a lot of footage to go on so this was the best i could do #NBA #BobCousy #Celtics
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Last month on ESPN, JJ Redick compared the opponents Celtics Legend Bob Cousy to 'plumbers and firemen', a commentary on why the NBA in the 50's and 60's was not as challenging as it is today. Cousy recently shared his thoughts on Redick's take, responding "People with less talent will always try to make a name for themselves by criticizing other people..." Nick Wright shares his thoughts on which of these takes is the right one, and Chris Broussard and Kevin Wildes respond. #FirstThingsFirst #NBA #BobCousy Download the free-to-play FOX Bet Super 6 app: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE to get the latest from First Things First: 🤍 The all-new FOX Sports App, built for the modern sports fan: 🤍 ►Watch the latest content from First Things First: 🤍 ▶The Herd with Colin Cowherd’s YouTube channel: 🤍 ►UNDISPUTED’s YouTube channel: 🤍 ▶Speak for Yourself’s YouTube channel: 🤍 ►FOX Bet Live’s YouTube Channel: 🤍 ►Club Shay Shay’s YouTube Channel: 🤍 ▶Titus & Tate's YouTube channel: 🤍 ►The Skip Bayless Show YouTube Channel: 🤍 ►What's Wright? with Nick Wright YouTube Channel: 🤍 See more from First Things First: 🤍 Like First Things First on Facebook: 🤍 Follow First Things First on Twitter: 🤍 Follow First Things First on Instagram: 🤍 Follow Nick Wright on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Chris Broussard on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Kevin Wildes on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Jenna Wolfe on Twitter: 🤍 About First Things First: Nick Wright, Chris Broussard, Kevin Wildes, and Jenna Wolfe team up on First Things First, a discussion and opinion-based studio program that covers all the headlines weekdays on FS1. Celtics legend Bob Cousy fires back at JJ Redick for 'firemen & plumbers' dig | FIRST THINGS FIRST 🤍 First Things First 🤍
Boston Celtics legend Bob Cousy is excited to see the team back in the NBA Finals. WBZ-TV's Paul Burton reports.
ESPN NBA reporter Jackie MacMullan sits down with former Boston Celtics legend Bob Cousy to discuss his relationship with teammate Bill Russell, talking about the book "The Last Pass" and a letter Cousy wrote to Russell to reveal his feelings. ✔ Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube: 🤍 ✔ Subscribe to ESPN FC on YouTube: 🤍 ✔ Subscribe to NBA on ESPN on YouTube: 🤍 ✔ Watch ESPN on YouTube TV: 🤍 ESPN on Social Media: ► Follow on Twitter: 🤍 ► Like on Facebook: 🤍 ► Follow on Instagram: 🤍 Visit ESPN on YouTube to get up-to-the-minute sports news coverage, scores, highlights and commentary for NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, College Football, NCAA Basketball, soccer and more. More on ESPN.com: 🤍
Here's an update to my last Bob Cousy video. Now it contains just about all the game footage I've got of Cousy. Like, subscribe and share! * 6× NBA champion (1957, 1959-1963) * NBA Most Valuable Player (1957) * 13× NBA All-Star (1951–1963) * 2× NBA All-Star Game MVP (1954, 1957) * 10× All-NBA First Team (1952–1961) * 2× All-NBA Second Team (1962, 1963) * 8× NBA assists leader (1953-1960) (8 consecutive years) * NBA 25th Anniversary Team * NBA 35th Anniversary Team * NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team * No. 14 retired by Boston Celtics * NCAA champion (1947) * Consensus first-team All-American (1950) * No. 17 retired by Holy Cross Stats: * Points 16,960 (18.4 ppg) * Assists 6,955 (7.5 apg) * Rebounds 4,786 (5.2 rpg)
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Bob Cousy in a cameo role fails to miss any of his free throws filming a scene for the 1994 film Blue Chips, prompting actor Nick Nolte's famous unscripted line "Don't you ever miss?".
Houdini of the Hardwood. Mr. Basketball. Bob Cousy still has “it” and with former coach Red Auerbach in the broadcast booth, no one will forget it. The former Celtics dominated the 1987 Schnick NBA All Star Legends Classic and Red was smiling ear to ear. You can almost smell the cigar smoke through the broadcast booth. Dave Cowens, Sam Jones, Pistol Pete Maravich, Nate “Tiny” Archibald and John Havlicek joined Bob Cousy to round out Red’s former top players. This is one of those great moments where you can see the guys in action, even if a bit long-winded (Rick Barry?). Enjoy.
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I bet most of you thought Bob Cousy retired from NBA basketball in 1963. But that is actually not the case. He would come out of retirement in 1969 to play a few games for the Cincinnati Royals. His final NBA game would occur on January 6, 1970 against the Phoenix Suns. Fun Fact: He would also be a coach for the Cincinnati Royals from 1969 all the way up until 1973. The game in the video between the Cincinnati Royals and the New York Knicks took place on November 28, 1969. It was an intense match. The Knicks went on to win the game 106 - 105. Bob Cousy would finish the game with 2 points and 1 assist while playing only 2 minutes.
Michael Smith and Michael Holley discuss Bob Cousy's response to J.J. Redick calling NBA players from the 1960s "plumbers and firemen." #BrotherfromAnother #NBA » Watch Brother From Another live on Peacock weekdays at 3pm ET: 🤍peacocktv.com » Subscribe to Brother From Another: 🤍 Michael Holley and Michael Smith co-host every weekday afternoon, discussing the latest news across sport, culture, entertainment, and politics. Brother From Another streams live on the NBC Sports on Peacock channel (🤍peacocktv.com) Monday through Friday from 3pm - 5pm ET. Follow Brother From Another on Social Media: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Bob Cousy responds to comments about the 1960s NBA | Brother from Another 🤍
Bob Cousy's last NBA game (as a Boston Celtic). Cousy could really play like a showman when he wanted but appears to play very fundamental here, perhaps to secure the win in his last game. Note his unique one hand push shot from the outside, no longer in style as it requires the use of a screen unlike the quicker more versatile jump shot. 18 points, *9 assists, 3 rebounds, 2 steals (officially credited with seven assist)
Robert Joseph "Bob" Cousy (born August 9, 1928) is an American retired professional basketball player. Cousy played point guard with the Boston Celtics from 1950 to 1963 and briefly with the Cincinnati Royals in the 1969–70 season. Cousy first demonstrated his basketball abilities while playing for his high school varsity team in his junior year. He obtained a scholarship to the College of the Holy Cross, where he led the Crusaders to berths in the 1948 NCAA Tournament and 1950 NCAA Tournament and was named an NCAA All-American for 3 seasons. Cousy was initially drafted as the third overall pick in the first round of the 1950 NBA draft by the Tri-Cities Blackhawks, but after he refused to report, he was picked up by Boston. Cousy had a very successful career with the Celtics, playing on six championship teams, being voted into 13 NBA All-Star Games and 12 All-NBA First and Second Teams and winning the NBA Most Valuable Player Award in 1957.
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Bob Cousy and Chuck Cooper were teammates on the Celtics, and they became great friends. Cousy who is also a Hall of Famer became known for his public stance against racism. While Cooper faced the challenges of a segregated society, Cousy made sure he didn’t do it alone. When Cousy was presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2019, his support for Cooper was cited as one of the reasons he received it. In the following video, Cousy shares memories of what he and Cooper experienced.
All the information and comparisons you need to show that Bob Cousy is better than you think. My top 75 page for Cousy: 🤍 Stat Definitions True Shooting % or TS%: A measure of shooting efficiency that takes into account 2-point field goals, 3-point field goals, and free throws. The quote at 9:35 came from Bill Simmons's The Book of Basketball, quoting Herbert Warren Wind in Sports Illustrated, January 1956. Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 01:21 First Take clip 02:20 Rant about lack of Cousy content 03:51 Defense of Cousy and 1950s guards 06:52 Andy Phillip highlights 07:09 Cousy compared to other 1950s stars 08:50 MVP winners 09:31 Cousy saved basketball?? 10:46 Modern player highlight comparisons 11:40 Outtro
Before the 1956–57 NBA season, Auerbach drafted two future Hall-of-Famers: forward Tom Heinsohn, and defensive center Bill Russell. Powered by these new players, the Celtics went 44–28 in the regular season, and Cousy averaged 20.6 points, 4.8 rebounds and a league-leading 7.5 assists, earning his first NBA Most Valuable Player Award; he also won his second NBA All-Star Game MVP award. The Celtics reached the 1957 NBA Finals, and powered by Cousy on offense and rugged center Russell on defense, they beat the Hawks 4–3, who were noted for future Hall-of-Fame power forward Bob Pettit and former teammates Macauley and Hagan. Cousy finally won his first title. In the 1957–58 NBA season, Cousy had yet another highly productive year, with his 20.0 points, 5.5 rebounds and 8.6 assists per game leading to nominations into the All-NBA First Team and the All-Star team. He again led the NBA in assists. The Celtics reached the 1958 NBA Finals against the Hawks, but when Russell succumbed to a foot injury in Game 3, the Celtics faded and bowed out four games to two. This was the last losing NBA playoff series in which Cousy would play. In the following 1958–59 NBA season, the Celtics got revenge on their opposition, powered by an inspired Cousy, who averaged 20.0 points, 5.5 rebounds and a league-high 8.6 assists a game, won another assists title and another pair of All-NBA First Team and All-Star team nominations. Late in the season, Cousy reasserted his playmaking dominance by setting an NBA record with 28 assists in a game against the Minneapolis Lakers. While that record was broken 19 years later, Cousy also set a record for 19 assists in a half which has never been broken. The Celtics stormed through the playoffs and, behind Cousy's 51 total assists (still a record for a four-game NBA Finals series), defeated the Minneapolis Lakers in the first 4–0 sweep ever in the 1959 NBA Finals. In the 1959–60 NBA season, Cousy was again productive, his 19.4 points, 4.7 rebounds and 9.5 assists per game earning him his eighth consecutive assists title and another joint All-NBA First Team and All-Star team nomination. Again, the Celtics defeated all opposition and won the 1960 NBA Finals 4–3 against the Hawks. A year later, the 32-year-old Cousy scored 18.1 points, 4.4 rebounds and 7.7 assists per game, winning another pair of All-NBA First Team and All-Star nominations, but failing to win the assists crown after eight consecutive seasons. However, the Celtics won the 1961 NBA Finals after convincingly beating the Hawks 4–1. In the 1961–62 NBA season, the aging Cousy slowly began to fade statistically, averaging 15.7 points, 3.5 rebounds and 7.8 assists, and was voted into the All-NBA Second Team after ten consecutive First Team nominations. Still, he enjoyed a satisfying postseason, winning the 1962 NBA Finals after 4–3 battles against two upcoming teams, the Philadelphia Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers. The Finals series against the Lakers was especially dramatic, because Lakers guard Frank Selvy failed to make a last-second buzzer beater in Game 7 which would have won the title. Finally, in the 1962–63 NBA season, the last of his career, Cousy averaged 13.2 points, 2.5 rebounds and 6.8 assists, and collected one last All-Star and All-NBA Second Team nomination. In the 1963 NBA Finals, the Celtics again won 4–2 against the Lakers, and Cousy finished his career on a high note: in the fourth quarter of Game 6, Cousy sprained an ankle and had to be helped to the bench. He went back in with Boston up 1. Although he did not score again, he was credited with providing an emotional lift that carried the Celtics to victory, 112–109. The game ended with Cousy throwing the ball into the rafters.
THE HERD | Colin: Bob Cousy responds to J.J. Redick says Cousy played against "plumbers and firemen"
Bob Cousy is an American retired professional basketball player. Cousy played point guard with the Boston Celtics from 1950 to 1963 and briefly with the Cincinnati Royals in the 1969–70 season. Making his high school varsity squad as a junior, he went on to earn a scholarship to the College of the Holy Cross, where he led the Crusaders to berths in the 1948 NCAA Tournament and 1950 NCAA Tournament and was named an NCAA All-American for 3 seasons. Cousy was initially drafted by the Tri-Cities Blackhawks as the third overall pick in the first round of the 1950 NBA draft, but after he refused to report, he was picked up by Boston. He had an exceptionally successful career with the Celtics, leading the league an unprecedented 8 straight years in assists, playing on six NBA championship teams, and being voted into 13 NBA All-Star Games in his 13 full NBA seasons. He was also named to 12 All-NBA First and Second Teams and won the 1957 NBA Most Valuable Player Award. En route to his assist streak that was unmatched either in number of crowns or consecutive years, Cousy introduced a new blend of ball-handling and passing skills to the NBA that earned him the nickname "The Houdini of the Hardwood". Also known as "Cooz", he was regularly introduced at Boston Garden as "Mr. Basketball", After his playing career, he coached the Royals for several years, capped by a seven-game cameo comeback for them at age 41. Cousy then became a broadcaster for Celtics games. Upon his election to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1971 the Celtics retired his #14 jersey and hung it in the rafters of the Garden. Cousy was named to the NBA 25th Anniversary Team in 1971, the NBA 35th Anniversary Team in 1981, and the NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team in 1996, making him one of only four players that were selected to each of those teams. He was also the first president of National Basketball Players Association.
Would you rather have Chris Paul or Bob Cousy? | First Take Michael Wilbon joins Stephen A. Smith on First Take to compare Chris Paul and Bob Cousy. #ESPN #NBA #FirstTake ☑️ Subscribe to ESPN+: 🤍 📱Get the ESPN App: 🤍 🏀 Subscribe to NBA on ESPN on YouTube: 🤍 ☑️Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube: 🤍 ☑️Watch ESPN on YouTube TV: 🤍
The former Celtics star was asked to throw free throws for a scene in the 1994 film, and things didn't go as his co-star planned. (Herald video by Meghan Ottolini)