Red was on the show ,ESPN SportsCentury: 7 times from 1999-2002.
As general manager of the Celtics, Boston won the NBA Title in 1968, 1969, 1974, 1976 and1981.
Red's colorful trademark was the lighting up of a long cigar on the team bench when he was certain his Celtics had a game "in the win column"-even while the contest was still being played.
Red was also the chairman of the Red Auerbach Youth Foundation.
For several years, the GW men's basketball team hosted and participated in the 'Red Auerbach Colonial Classic', going undefeated and winning the championship each year that it was held.
Red was giving the, John Bunn Award in 1980.The annually honors an international or national figure who has contributed greatly to the game of basketball.
Red weighted 170 pounds and was 5' 10" tall.
Red joined the Celtics front office full-time in 1980.
Red led Boston to 99 playoff victories.
Red was named to the NBA's 25th Anniversary All-Time team coach in 1970.
Red coached in the NBA East-West All-Star Game for 11 consecutive years from 1957-67 and compiled a 7-4 record.
Red Coached 11 Hall of Famers in his long career.
Red led Boston to 10 Eastern Division titles in 16 years, from 1956-66.
Red led Washington to a division titles in 1947 and 1949.
Red coached the NBA's Boston Celtics from 1950-66.
Red coached the NBA's Tri-Cities Blackhawks from 1949-50.
Red coached the BAA Washington Capitals from 1946-49.
Red was the high school coach for, St. Albans Prep school in 1940. He then coached Roosevelt High School in Washington, DC, from 1941-43. From 1949-50 he was assistant coach at Duke University.
While on the Norfolk Navy Base, Red was assistant coach for there basketball team.
Red played for the pro team ABL/EBL Harrisburg Senators in 1942-43.
Red was a three-year letter winner at both George Washington and Brooklyn.
Red was All-Brooklyn in high school in 1935.
Red coached the Boston Celtics to the 1956-57 and 1962-63 NBA Championships.
Red was named NBA Coach of the Year in 1965.
Red was named the greatest coach in the history of the NBA, by the
Professional Basketball Writers Association of America in 1980.
Red was the first coach in the NBA to win 1,000 games.
The Boston Celtics fans are known as Red's Army.
Red enjoyed eating lobster and Chinese food, reading mystery novels, and enjoyed racquetball and tennis when he was younger.
Red was inducted into the International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 1979, and the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in 1996.
Red alway had basketball season tickets for George Washington University and his seat was colored red.
Red was the head coach of the Washington Capitols from 1946–1949.
Red was in the Navy from 1943 to 1944.
Arnold Auerbach receive the nickname "Red" from his fiery hair.
Red was married to Dorothy Lewis until she died in 2000. They had two children together, Nancy and Randy.
Red Auerbach was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1969.
Since at least 2006, Red Auerbach is tied with Phil Jackson for the most NBA championship rings as a coach with nine.
Red Auerbach was the son of Hyman and Marie A. Thompson.