Larry Bird had an impact on NBA basketball history. For the 1980s, Larry Bird led the Celtics to the legacy of stardom. The bird was named the Rookie of The Year, and the Eastern Conference voted for All Star Team. He respected this title in all 12 years of his NBA career. He scored 12 points per game, 10 rebounds per game, outstanding 143 steals and second place titles
Bird's second professional season – Celtics was led by the NBA playoffs. Larry Bird helped in the absence of Celtics, helping them overcome and win the last three games that led the Celtics to the NBA Finals. Houston Rockets were defeated in six games.
In 1984, Bird won the Most Valuable Player Prize in the Los Angeles Lakers 7 Match Finals. The next year, Boston Celtics had another incredible winning year when he defeated The Rockets in six games. The bird was again awarded the MVP Prize in the given year, averaging 24 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. In 1987 Bird published Celtics on Milwaukee Bucks and Detroit Pistons. This year, Celtics lost the odd Lakers in the sixth game and Detroit Pistons in 1988.
The bird's body deteriorated further due to injuries to the back and bones. Both conditions would lead to retreat in 1992. The injuries did not stop and he joined Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan to play in the American Basketball Team at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. He names the "Dream Team" – he has won the competition to win the United States Basketball Olympic Team's gold medal.
belongs to Larry Bird NBA honors; (1984, 1986), NBA MVP (1984, 1985, 1986), Nine All-NBA First Team (1984) and NBA Champion (1981, 1984, 1980-88), All-Defensive Second Team , 1983, 1984), the NBA Rookie of The Year (1980), the fifty largest players in NBA history (1996), the Olympic Gold Medalist (1992)