The clue "Celtics player-turned-executive" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on February 5 2019.
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|Leg muscle, in sports slang|
|Beach lotion letters|
|Tough H.S. science course|
|"If I Could Turn Back Time" singer, 1989|
|"I'm game -- just give me the signal"|
|Iowa senator Ernst|
|Kind of cord for a daredevil|
|On the open ocean|
|Something a pedant picks|
|Prefix with brow|
|Something to take after a garlicky meal|
|1914-18 conflict, for short|
|Broke a fast|
|Get hold of|
|1960s British P.M. ___ Douglas-Home|
|"Let's do it!" ... or comment on the last words of 16-, 26- and 47-Across, when said together out loud|
|The first "O" in YOLO|
|Sarcastic laugh syllable|
|Human's closest relative|
|Many a C.F.O.'s degree|
|When the abolition of slavery is commemorated|
|Toy on a string|
|"Thar ___ blows!"|
|Naan-like Native American food|
|Cape Canaveral event|
|In quite a spot|
|Sword's name with two accents|
|Org. for the Indiana Fever and the Atlanta Dream|
|Sonia Sotomayor, e.g.|
|Like a gut feeling|
|Remove, as a light bulb|
|Block, as a stream|
|Biles of the 2016 Olympics|
|Publicity-grabbing move, maybe|
|Go together well|
|Smokey of R&B|
|Body part that might be "sympathetic"|
|Pricey Apple computer|
|Slumbering no more|
|Piece of a mosaic|
|Flight hub for Norwegian|
|Airport code hidden in FUEL GAUGE|
|Mornings, for short|