Bill Sharman, the Hall of Famer who won NBA titles as a player for the Boston Celtics and a coach for the Los Angeles Lakers, has died. He was 87. Shaman died Friday at his home in Redondo Beach, the Lakers announced. Sharman won four NBA titles during an 11-season career as a shooting guard in Boston. He then spent the apst four decades with Los Angeles as a successful coach and front office executive. Sharman was elected to the Hall of Fame as a player in 1976 and a coach in 2004.
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