April 8, 1958:  Bill Russell and his five-month-old son, William Jr., looked on Russell's wife, Rose, tended to his right ankle. The injury suffered in the third game of the playoff series against St. Louis resulted in a badly sprained ankle, which doomed the Celtics' chances against the Hawks. Even though Russell returned to action, he was limping badly could not contain the Hawks' Bob Petit, who scored 50 points in the sixth and decisive game.