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A Boston Celtics legend makes a stop in Lexington

Cedric Maxwell won a pair of NBA titles with the Celtics and with so many stories to tell, Maxwell has a book entitled "If These Walls Could Talk".

LEXINGTON, S.C. — Cedric Maxwell played 11 years in the NBA and won a pair of championships with the Celtics including in 1981 when he was named the MVP of the Finals.

The man nicknamed "Cornbread" was in Lexington Wednesday for a book signing at LJ's Par and Grill. Maxwell starred at UNC Charlotte, leading that program to the 1977 Final Four. A few months later, he was taken with the 12th overall pick of the NBA Draft by Boston and that put him on a path where he became a permanent part of Celtics lore. 

Maxwell played with a host of Hall of Famers including Larry Bird, Robert Parish, and Kevin McHale. His book will take readers into his life as a member of the iconic franchise.

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