Wyc Grousbeck, Steve Pagliuca have been solid Celtics owners. Here’s hoping one stays

Boston Celtics owners Wycliffe Grousbeck (R) and Steve Pagliuca (L) talk as the Celtics take on the Los Angeles Clippers in the second half of a February 2016 game at TD Garden in Boston. After winning two NBA championships in 24 years, the Celtics' ownership group announced Monday that they intend to sell the franchise. (David Butler II/USA TODAY)

BOSTON — Wyc Grousbeck, who is planning to sell his majority stake in the Boston Celtics, was born in Worcester, raised in Weston and attended Noble and Greenough School in Dedham. He’s 63, which means he likely rooted for John Havlicek, Bobby Orr and Carl Yastrzemski growing up. And for all we know, he might have been on the old kiddie show “Rex Trailer’s Boomtown” when he was in the sixth grade but hasn’t gotten around to telling us about it yet.