Legends who saw Boston as last hurrah

Shaq is just the latest superstar to try to finish his career on a high note with Celtics

Updated: August 6, 2010, 2:17 PM ET
By Jeremy Lundblad | ESPNBoston.com

Just before signing with the Boston Celtics this week, Shaquille O'Neal shared his vision for the end of his career.

"I came into the league very graciously and want to go out very graciously," the 38-year-old O'Neal told the Associated Press. "My main thought was I would like to play for a winning franchise, somebody that's used to winning, somebody that keeps winning."

With a no-doubt Hall-of-Fame resume and set to be the oldest player in the league, it was not about money. ...

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