The history of Atlanta Hawks and Boston Celtics jerseys

Atlanta Hawks & # 39; The story goes back to 1946. It was then called the Tri-Cities Blackhawks, shared by three neighboring river towns: Moline and Rock Island, in Illinois, and Davenport, in the United States. Iowa. The team played for the NBL before joining the NBA, resulting from the merger of the NBL and BAA in 1949.

The team's jersey has evolved a lot over time. Green and blue were their colors in the early 1970s. They then spotted a red road uniform with stripes in the piping on the side and around the neck. The Hawks wore it from 1972 to 1975. Hawk's outline in a circle was the franchise's logo since 1972, until it morphed into a huge creepy hawk with his wing spread and his claws holding the ball firmly, which they incorporated into their jerseys.

Today, the Hawks have abandoned the hawk in their uniforms and subtly incorporate a hawk silhouette into the "A" of the "HAWK" on the top of their sweater. They also found a solid body color for the uniform, which is white, and the red for road games.

The history of the Boston Celtics jersey.
The Boston Celtics, who play for the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference in the NBA, hold 17 NBA championships and, to date, are considered the highest number of championships won by an NBA franchise . Their team has been able to make a remarkable 8 consecutive wins in the NBA. It was in 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965 and 1966. It is the longest consecutive series of championship victories in the history of any North American professional sport. American.

Boston Celtics & # 39; The closest rival to the NBA is the Los Angeles Lakers. The two teams met eleven times in the finals of the NBA, including their last clash in the 2007-2008 season. Combining the victories of the Lakers and Celtics, it will total 31 championships, half of the 62 seasons of the NBA.

Bill Russell is one of the players who served as team center. During his 13-year career, he led the Celtics to 11 NBA championships. Due to adverse events, the team has had the low point of the game in recent years but was able to regain its glory thanks to the possession of forward Kevin Garnett and goaltender Ray Allen.

The Celtics jersey has remained unchanged over the years. They stayed in their green jerseys for road games and their white jerseys for home games. For their matches in 2005-2006, the team's green jerseys with black borders and wearing the word Boston written at the front of the jersey.