The Celtics home whites have remained virtually unchanged in their entire NBA history. The construction of the jersey has changed over time, notably the width of the bands that go over the shoulder. The NBA logo has been added, then moved several times. There are far more ventilation holes than there were "back in the day", etc...but design wise...practically unchanged. The largest change, which doesn't even show on cards, is that from 2005-06 through 2013-14 there was a small shamrock over the player's name.
Actually, the largest change the home whites have ever had was having the player's last name added over the number, which occurred for both home and road jerseys for the 1972-73 season. But that's not a design change so much as a concept change.
So with all that said, you can see that the home whites are basically the same in 1957-58..
|1957-58 Topps #5|
|2015-16 Prestige #22|
The road greens have changed only slightly in the Celtics' long history.
Originally, they read Boston across the front in a wide arc.
|2007-08 Topps Bill Russell Missing Years #BR61|
The wide Boston jerseys have been work as throwbacks several times, beginning with the 1996-97 50th Anniversary celebration.
The road greens then were modified in 1972-73 to say Celtics, and would be basically unchanged until 2013-14. Minor adjustments only- a shamrock was added to the "belt buckle" in 1999-00, and a shamrock was added over the player's name in 2005-06.
|2003-04 Topps 1st Edition #14|
|2015-16 Complete Silver #297|
The Celtics have several alternate uniforms. The first and most used has black lettering and black stripes down the side. These were used so much when I was getting back into the NBA I actually though they were the new normal for a brief time. These debuted in 2005-06 and are still in use.
|2012-13 Panini #92|
|2012-13 Absolute Basketball #99|
|2014-15 Prestige #139|
|2015-16 Complete #50|