Los Angeles Times

We are the champions


Players from the four major U.S. sports with the most titles, led by Bill Russell of the Boston Celtics and Henri Richard of the Montreal Canadiens. Tom Brady has the most NFL titles with seven. Former Laker Robert Horry is a rare player who amassed his championsh­ip haul with three teams.


Bill Russell, NBA (Boston Celtics) Henri Richard, NHL (Montreal Canadiens)


Jean Beliveau, NHL (Montreal Canadiens) Yogi Berra, MLB (New York Yankees) Yvan Cournoyer, NHL (Montreal Canadiens) Sam Jones, NBA (Boston Celtics)


Joe DiMaggio, MLB (New York Yankees) Claude Provost, NHL (Montreal Canadiens)


Bill Dickey, MLB (New York Yankees)

Lou Gehrig, MLB (New York Yankees) John Havlicek, NBA (Boston Celtics)

Tom Heinsohn, NBA (Boston Celtics)

K.C. Jones, NBA (Boston Celtics)

Red Kelly, NHL (Detroit, Toronto) Jacques Lemaire, NHL (Montreal Canadiens) Maurice Richard, NHL (Montreal Canadiens) Satch Sanders, NBA (Boston Celtics) Serge Savard, NHL (Montreal Canadiens)


Hank Bauer, MLB (New York Yankees) Frank Crosetti, MLB (New York Yankees) Phil Rizzuto, MLB (New York Yankees) Tom Brady, NFL (New England, Tampa Bay) Tommy Henrich, MLB (New York Yankees) Robert Horry, NBA (Houston, Lakers, San Antonio)

Jim Loscutoff, NBA (Boston Celtics) Mickey Mantle, MLB (New York Yankees) Frank Ramsey, NBA (Boston Celtics) Babe Ruth, MLB (Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees)

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