Zero times. A Boston Celtic has never led the NBA in scoring since it began as a club.
Kevin Garnett, and ill tell you why. He is very dominant and will be fed the ball a repeatedly number of times.
The Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers have met 11 times in the NBA Finals. The Boston Celtics have dominated the match-up winning 9 times.
The Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Boston Celtics in the NBA finals 8 times.
Boston Celtics (17 times)
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Yes bunch of times. 2001 for example.
the lakers have been there 30 times and the celtics have been there 38 times
The Los Angeles Lakers have beaten the Boston Celtics three times in the NBA Finals: in 1985, 1987 and 2010.
20 times. They've won 17 NBA Titles
As of the end of the 2009-2010 NBA season, the Bolton Celtics have won 17 championships.
The Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics have met in the NBA finals a total of 11 times. Boston has won 9 of the 11 meetings
Bill Russell - 11 times, all with the Boston Celtics
(Team)=The Boston Celtics with 17 NBA Titles (1957;1959-1966;1968;1969;1974;1976;1981;1984;1986 & 2008) (Player)=Bill Russell with 11 NBA Titles (All with The Boston Celtics:1957;1959-1966;1968 & 1969) (Player/Coach)=Phil Jackson with 13 NBA Titles (2 Times as player with New York Knicks:1970 & 1973); (6 Times as The Head Coach for The Chicago Bulls:1991-1993;1996-1998) & (5 Times as The Head Coach for The Los Angeles Lakers:2000-2002;2009 & 2010)
The Boston Celtics have won the NBA Championship 17 teams, the most by any team.
The 2010 NBA Finals marked the 12th championship meeting between the Celtics and the Lakers. Boston has won nine times.
The Boston Celtics have beaten the Miami Heat 66 times; 58 times in the regular season, and 8 times in the playoffs
5 times on the same team never traded 2 of them were by beaten the boston celtics at the finals
One. Bobby Orr for the Boston Bruins.
Bill Russell, the greatest player EVER in team sports. He won 11 championships with the Boston Celtics...nobody, not even MJ, came close to that. And, in one of those seasons, Russell was the player/coach!