Charles Edward "Ed" Macauley (March 22, 1928 – November 8, 2011) was a
professional basketball player in the NBA. His playing nickname was "Easy Ed.".
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Nov 9, 2011 ... Ed Macauley, one of the NBA's first big stars who won a championship with the St
. Louis Hawks and was traded by the Boston Celtics for Bill ...
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Nov 15, 2011 ... Easy Ed Macauley & the St. Louis Hawks vs. ... Individual Offensive Techniques
with Lou Hudson, Ed Macauley and Pistol Pete Maravich ...
Apr 14, 2005 ... Ed MacAuley played six seasons (1950-56) with the Celtics and was an all star in
all six seasons. Also with the Celtics, MacAuley was a ...
Obit of the Day: “Easy Ed” Ed Macauley was named captain of the University of St
. Louis basketball team as a sophomore. His first game as captain, Ed led the ...
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The Boston Celtics have had many stars over their glorious history but the first
was Ed MaCauley. A player whose legacy is largely forgotten almost entirely if it ...
Feb 10, 1991 ... Ed Macauley enrolled at St. Louis University and became a legend himself. He
was Easy Ed by the time he was a sophomore, an All-American ...
Nov 16, 2011 ... Easy Ed Macauley was at the center of one of the most important trades in
basketball history; he was the key man sent from Boston to the St.