Tributes pour in for Bill Russell

Bill Russell was a towering sports icon, credited with transforming the game of basketball.

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22 thoughts on “Tributes pour in for Bill Russell

  1. Former NBA Trailblazer Bill Russell who died at aged 88. He was a legend. A hall of famer and a trailblazer. Tonight, The Russell Family and friends are reluctant to recall those memories as they went to Atlanta and other places for this…..Name this leader and you name what he does in the full court….Also in Sports News,,,,,,

  2. Rip my man 😭 Mr 11 mr ultimate winner ultimate champion etc gonna miss seeing you every year so much just wow wow wow rip bill 😭❀️ no words just no words 😭❀️

  3. This man is a legend. Cared more about people and society. He stood for truth and righteousness.
    Fought prejudice and racism!
    Powerful; not like today's superstar athletes, most ONLY care about themselves, acting loud and ignorant on and off the court or have
    simpleminded wives who pretend to be chefs and restaurant owner's.
    Celtics of the 60's greatest team EVER. Yankees of 20's , 40' s and 50's were great, but not as GREAT AS the 60's Celtics. Plus, the Yankees DID not really want blacks until they caved in and finally signed Elston Howard( good player though). Then the league beat writers justified the Yankees prejudice policy toward black players by giving Howard an MVP in 1963 he did not deserve ; NY media power. ( check it out) Al Kaline should have won that easily. Kaline got SNews player of the as consolation prize. Boston Celtic team and Aurebach, progressive in signing black players NOT the city though; and Bill let them know by his noble conduct and actions, telling the Boston City people know.
    Bill Russell RIP.
    Thank you Sir!

  4. I don’t know what more I can about Bill Russell that hasn’t already been said. Honestly the man did more for not just basketball but also civil rights. They should do for him what Major League Baseball did for Jackie Robinson. They should retire #6 not just for the Celtics but for the entire NBA

  5. This man is great, and is now a great loss to mankind and basketball. His legend will live on in the annals of history. RIP great man and thanks for all the memories. πŸ™ ✊ ✊ ✊

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