VIDEO: The Patriots Wish Celtics Good Luck In NBA Finals
Over the past 20-plus years, the championship success of Boston’s professional sports teams remains unprecedented.
Across the “big four” Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins, all have combined for 12 championships and 19 appearances in their respective league’s title round.
Beginning Thursday night, the Celtics open up the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors in San Francisco, and once again the Patriots are showing off their full support.
During OTA’s, a few members of the team wished the Celtics good luck in their quest to win their team’s 18th NBA title.
Take a listen below.
“Got another big series for the Celtics, so congratulations to the team, the staff, the organization. Great accomplishment and I’m looking forward to seeing that play out,” Patriots head coach Belichick said during a press conference Tuesday.
Belichick was later asked about the relationships he’s built with Boston’s other sports teams dating back to his early years as head coach.
“It’s been great. Yeah, it’s been great, going all the way back to when Rick was here when I got here, Rick Pitino,” Belichick said. “The Bruins, the Red Sox, the Celtics — it’s been a great relationship with our players and their players and the teams and coaches. From my standpoint, enjoyed, really, all of them. Yeah, it’s been great.”
So is yet another Boston duck boat parade on the horizon? Stay tuned.
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