Hall of Famer And King Of Championship Rings Bill Russell, Dead At 88

Hall of Famer And King Of Championship Rings Bill Russell, Dead At 88

Bill Felton Russell passed away on Sunday, and his wife Jeannine was by his side. He was 88. Russell was the greatest champion in professional sports, winning 11 titles in 13 seasons, a record that is unlikely to ever be repeated. His illustrious career also featured 12 All-Star appearances and an Olympic gold medal in 1956. In 30 elimination games at the college, professional, and Olympic levels, Russell was an astounding 28-2, demonstrating that he was at his best under pressure. Bill Russell developed slowly. A gangly, 5-foot-10 Oakland kid from McClymonds High School who thought a job in the…

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