Sunday, September 24 2023

Fans of the Boston Celtics might think they know broadcaster Cedric Maxwell, but many of today’s Celtics fans were not even alive when Maxwell was winning rings with Boston as a player. And as for the man behind the job title, even fewer know the details of the North Carolina native’s past and present.

Maxwell, nicknamed ‘Cornbread,’ has left a lasting impact on the NBA, particularly during his time with the Celtics. From his college career at UNC Charlotte to his NBA journey, this video reveals 10 intriguing facts about this NBA Finals MVP.

Learn about his historic NBA Finals performance, his field goal percentage, and why he’s one of the few Finals MVPs not in the Hall of Fame from the folks at the CLNS Media “History and Legends” YouTube channel embedded below.

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