Boston Celtics Regular Season Rosters
1980-1981 Boston Celtics Regular Season Roster
1980-1981 Boston Depth Chart
|Starters||T. Archibald||C. Ford||C. Maxwell||L. Bird||R. Parish|
|Rotation||G. Henderson||M. Carr||K. McHale||R. Robey|
|Lim PT||G. Hagan||T. Duerod||D. Cowens|
1980-1981 Atlantic Division Standings
|3||New York Knicks||50-32||12|
|5||New Jersey Nets||24-58||38|
1980-1981 Boston Awards & Honors
|Player||Award / Honor|
|Cedric Maxwell||Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP (1981)
|Larry Bird||All-NBA First Team (1981)
|Tiny Archibald||All-NBA Second Team (1981)
|Tiny Archibald||Player Of The Week (01/11/81)
|Robert Parish||Player Of The Week (11/30/80)
|Kevin McHale||All-Rookie First Team (1981)
|Larry Bird||Eastern All-Star Coaches Selection (1981)
|Tiny Archibald||Eastern All-Star Coaches Selection (1981)
|Robert Parish||Eastern All-Star Coaches Selection (1981)
|Tiny Archibald||All-Star MVP (1981)
1980-1981 Boston Season Stat Leaders
1980-1981 Boston Celtics Roster Composition
|Selected via Draft
|Acquired via Trade
Tiny Archibald was acquired in a trade by the Boston Celtics from the San Antonio Spurs on July 7, 1978. Tiny Archibald re-signed to a contract as a free agent with the Boston Celtics on October 6, 1980. Tiny Archibald signed a multi-year extension with the Boston Celtics on March 12, 1981.
Chris Ford was acquired in a trade by the Boston Celtics from the Detroit Pistons on October 19, 1978.
Robert Parish was acquired in a trade by the Boston Celtics from the Golden State Warriors on June 9, 1980.
Rick Robey was acquired in a trade by the Boston Celtics from the Indiana Pacers on January 16, 1979.
|Acquired via Free Agency
M.L. Carr signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Boston Celtics on July 24, 1979.
Terry Duerod signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Boston Celtics on December 4, 1980.
Eric Fernsten signed a multi-year contract as a free agent with the Boston Celtics on June 27, 1979.
1980-1981 Boston Celtics Front Office
|Staff Member||Position||Start Season||Previous Job|
|Harry Mangurian, Jr.||Owner||1978-1979||Owner (Los Angeles Clippers, 1977 to 1978)|
|Bill Fitch||Head Coach||1979-1980||General Manager (Cleveland Cavaliers, 1973 to 1979)|
|Red Auerbach||General Manager||1950-1951||Head Coach (Atlanta Hawks, 1949 to 1950)|
|Johnny Most||Radio Broadcaster||1953-1954||N/A|