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After spending seven years as a partner at a venture capital firm, Highland Capital Partners, Grousbeck (along with his father H. Irving Grousbeck and Stephen Pagliuca) founded the group Boston Basketball Partners L.L.C. that bought the Celtics for $360 million in 2002 and led the organization to an unprecedented seventeenth NBA Championship in 2008.
Grousbeck graduated from Noble and Greenough School and Princeton University, where he rowed on an undefeated lightweight crew team that claimed the mythical national lightweight championship. He received a law degree from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
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H. Irving Grousbeck, Wycliffe Grousbeck and Stephen Pagliuca (Boston Celtics)
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