Robert  Parish

Robert Parish

Robert Parish played in more games than any other player in NBA history. A 7-1 center that combined strength, agility and remarkable endurance, Parish won three NBA titles with the Boston Celtics in the 1980s and teamed with Larry Bird and Kevin McHale to form one of the greatest front lines in NBA history. He capped his career by winning yet another championship ring as a member of the 1996-97 Chicago Bulls. Parish announced his retirement after his 21st season in the NBA, and after playing in 1,611 games.