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Mike Gorman's Ricky Davis Story
« on: March 16, 2017, 04:26:06 PM »

Offline Big333223

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Mike Gorman tells a cute Ricky Davis story on Toucher and Rick. I laughed.

http://www.csnne.com/video/mike-gorman-tells-great-story-ricky-davis
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You got the wrong link bro.


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http://www.csnne.com/boston-celtics/mike-gorman-great-ricky-davis-story

It is funny story. Ricky was a legend.
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Funny story. Thanks guys. Ricky was a legend in his own mind.


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Loved Ricky Davis...wasn't much of a team player, but he was a dynamic personality during some lean Celtics years.  I also remember one game earlier when he played for Cleveland, he burned the Celtics big time.

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You got the wrong link bro.
Sorry. I don't know how I did that. Right link is up now.

http://www.csnne.com/video/mike-gorman-tells-great-story-ricky-davis

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ricky davis one season bought a group of season tickets that were awarded free to fans who won a contest displaying their celtic pride. my brother won one. the group was called the " get buckets brigade" and they were like the unofficial cheerleaders that year. it wasn't the greatest season obviously for the celtics - but it was a pretty cool thing of ricky to do.
  don't know if its been done by other players but if it has i haven't heard of it.

so ricky maintains a soft spot in my heart :)

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Loved Ricky Davis...wasn't much of a team player, but he was a dynamic personality during some lean Celtics years.  I also remember one game earlier when he played for Cleveland, he burned the Celtics big time.

i remember this.  its when he had like 3 or 4 40 point games in a row if I'm not mistaken.

Always liked Ricky, and Im happy that Boston was the place he cleaned up his reputation at for the most part
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I loved ricky davis' talent but hated to hear how he would undermine guys like pierce.