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Boston Needed Bill Russell's Statue More Than He Did

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Bill Russell never allowed anyone else to take ownership of his life story, and he certainly never let Boston define him. From the moment he appeared on the national stage, he was determined to be viewed as a man first and an athlete second. (SB Nation)

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