On March 12, 1985, Larry Bird, one of the greatest all-around NBA players in history, had himself a career night against the Atlanta Hawks. Bird really got into a so-called â€œzoneâ€ in the second half of the Celtics 126-115 victory, scoring 32 of his career-high 60 points during just a 14-minute span. Bird, one of the greatest volume shooters of all-time, amongst many things, shot a red-hot 22/36 from the field, while also going 15/16 from the charity stripe. Bird, who won his second of three consecutive league MVP awards in this 1984-85 season, averaged 28.7 points per game (on 52.2% shooting from the field, 42.7% from behind the arch, and 88.2% from the foul line), alongside 10.5 rebounds per game, and 6.6 assists per game. Bird, known rightfully so by many as â€œLarry Legend,â€ was one of the most competitive, fundamentally adept, and crafty basketball players that we are ever going to see in our lifetime.