Saturday, March 31, 2018

Larry Legend

Larry Joe Bird (is an American professional basketball executive, former coach and former player, most recently serving as president of the Indiana Pacers in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Since retiring as a player for the Boston Celtics, he was a mainstay in the Indiana Pacers organization, but stepped down from the position of president following the first-round of the 2017 Eastern Conference playoffs. He has been described as one of the greatest basketball players of all time.
137/33rd prime..187 chapters in the Torah..79/22nd prime
Larry Bird=53/16th prime,107/28th prime,136,64
wore #33 all-american=208/28,89/24th prime/11th fib56
played for Boston=31,22 Celtics=118 Boston Celtics=66,156,195  Boston Massachusetts=55,253/22nd triangular#   Massachusetts=33,69,183(61x3).Hall of fame=79

born December 7, 1956..12/7/1956=19,75,94,31...342 day 24 left (leap yr) born on 12/7 or 127/31st prime born in West Baden springs=69,195,237(79x3) raised in French Lick=53,55,62, 89/24th prime 
from Indiana=34,137 he led Indiana State to a 81-13 record..94 games
 He had a successful three-year career with the Sycamores, helping them reach the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history with a 33-0 record where they played the 1979 championship game against Michigan State=66.[22][23] Indiana State would lose the game 75–64, with Bird scoring 19 points but making only 7 of 21 shots for 33.3 percent shooting rate.[13] The game achieved the highest ever television rating for a college basketball game, in large part because of the match-up between Bird and Spartans' point guard Earvin "Magic" Johnson,[14] a rivalry that lasted throughout their professional careers. Despite failing to win the championship, Bird earned numerous year-end awards and honors for his outstanding play, including the Naismith College Player of the Year Award=379/75th prime.[23] For his college career, he averaged 30.3 points, 13.3 
Coach of Indiana Pacers=60,69,237 Pacers=62
coach=30,24  NBA=64,19 NBA Finals=33 MVP=33,30 Larry=74 Legend=47(74+47) =121/11 sq.rt
Wore#7 on US olympic team born on the 7th  (7=4th prime)
Career NBA statistics
Points21,791 (24.3 ppg)
Rebounds8,974 (10.0 rpg)
Assists5,695 (6.3 apg)

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