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Three of the Celtics’ biggest stars are set to make their way into your collection as FOCO releases part of their NBA 75th Anniversary Bobblehead Collection.

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This Celtics collection features perhaps the three biggest names to ever dawn the Celtics green and white uniforms, Larry Bird, Kevin Garnett, and Ray Allen. Larry was a 3-time NBA Champion with the Celtics and was the centerpiece of their great 80s teams. On top of being a world champion, he also was an NBA Rookie of the Year, MVP, and 12-time all-star, to name just a few of the many accolades he was awarded during his 13-year career.

The Larry Bird Boston Celtics NBA 75th Anniversary Bobblehead depicts Larry in all his glory, in an action pose ready drop another 30 points.

With the turn of the millennium came the rise of new stars like Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett. These two legends joined the Celtics prior to the 2007 season with aspirations of bringing another championship back to Boston. It didn’t take long to realize this goal, as Garnett and Allen led the Celtics on their way to becoming the 2008 NBA World Champions.

The Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett Boston Celtics NBA 75th Anniversary Bobbleheads depict both players in great detail, with Garnett in a dunk pose ready to use all of his 6’11” to slam another one down.


Each bobblehead in the collection is limited to just 275 individually-numbered units and retails for $75.
Head online to order your bobbleheads today and while you’re there check out the rest of their Boston Celtics Collection to show you’re the best fan in town!

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