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John Havlicek
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Basketball Player
    (April 8, 1940-April 25, 2019)
    Played for the Boston Celtics (1962-78)
    NBA Finals MVP (1974)
    Attended the Ohio State University
    Inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame (1984)
    Height: 6'5
    He is soft-spoken.
    His nickname, 'Hondo,' sounds like it should be for a magician.
    He had a habit of hanging his socks on a hanger in the locker room.
    Due to the Celtics' stocked roster, he was mainly a non-starter in the 1960's.
    He is modest.
    He is the son of Czech immigrants.
    He won eight NBA championships with the Celtics and the 1960 NCAA title with Ohio State.
    He was a multi-sport high school star who was drafted by the Cleveland Browns.
    He is the Celtics' all-time leading scorer.
    He is considered the best 'sixth man' in NBA history.
    He is a member of the NBA's 35th Anniversary and 50th Anniversary teams.
    A game-clinching steal in the closing seconds of the 1965 Eastern Conference Finals prompted Johnny Most's immortal call: 'Havlicek steals it. Over to Sam Jones. Havlicek stole the ball! It's all over! Johnny Havlicek stole the ball!'

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