Legendary point guard who introduced a fresh mixture of ball handling, and led the NBA in assists 8 direct seasons. He earned six NBA Championships using the Boston Celtics from 1957 to 1963 while playing alongside the fantastic Costs Russell. During his freshman season at Andrew Jackson SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, he was lower through the basketball group; he later became a superstar for the group and continued to play university golf ball at Holy Combination from 1946 to 1950. He was chosen to 13 consecutive All-Star video games from 1951 to 1963 and in 1957, he was called NBA MVP. He previously two daughters along with his wife Missie Agnes Ritterbusch. Under Cousy and Costs Russell, the Celtics come up with perhaps one of the most dominant works in NBA background.
|1||Inducted into the Boston College Varsity Club Hall of Fame in 1970-71 as a coach.|
|2||Inducted into the Holy Cross Varsity Club Hall of Fame in 1956.|
|3||Since 2004, the Bob Cousy Award, presented by The Hartford Financial Services Group, has been given annually to the basketball player deemed to be the nation's top collegiate point guard.|
|4||Guard for Boston Celtics (1950-1963) and Cincinnati Royals (1969-1970 [7 games]).|
|5||Boston Celtics all-time assists leader (6,945).|
|6||Commissioner of American Soccer League (1975-1980).|
|7||Recipient of the National Basketball Hall of Fame's John Bunn Award in 1983.|
|8||Head coach for the NBA Cincinnati Royals (1969-1972) and NBA Kansas City/Omaha Kings (1972-1974). He compiled a 141-209 composite record. *|
|9||Boston College coaching record: 117-38. New England Coach of the Year (1968, 1969). Led BC to three NITs (1969 finals) and two NCAA Tournaments (1967 Eastern Regional Finals).|
|10||Led the NBA in assists from 1953-1960, including a career high 9.5 per game in 1960. Holds NBA record for most assists in one half (19, Feb. 27, 1959 vs. Minneapolis). NBA 25th Anniversary All-Time Team (1970), NBA 35th Anniversary All-Time Team (1980), and NBA 50th Anniversary All-Time Team (1996).|
|11||NBA MVP (1957). All-NBA First Team (1952-1961) and All-NBA Second Team (1962-1963). NBA All-Star Game MVP (1954, 1957). Thirteen-time NBA All-Star (1951-1963).|
|12||The Sporting News First Team All-America (1950) and Second Team All-America (1949). Two-time All-Conference and All-New England (1949, 1950). Team MVP and leading scorer (1949, 1950).|
|13||Received his undergraduate degree at the College of the Holy Cross, in Worcester, Massachusetts.|
|Sons of the City: New York||2011||Himself|
|NBA Hardwood Classics||2011||TV Series||Himself|
|Basketball Man||2007||Video documentary||Himself|
|The Top 5 Reasons You Can't Blame...||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|The Harlem Globetrotters: The Team That Changed the World||2005||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|ESPN 25: Who's #1?||2004||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|ESPN SportsCentury||2000-2003||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Elvis Is Alive||2001||Himself|
|Bill Russell: My Life, My Way||2000||TV Movie documentary||Himself - Boston Celtics 1950-1963|
|Night of 100 Stars III||1990||TV Movie||Himself|
|The Way It Was||1975||TV Series||Himself|
|This Is Your Life||1972||TV Series||Himself|
|The Ed Sullivan Show||1955-1957||TV Series||Himself|
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