Boston Celtics championship rally live updates

The Celtics celebrated the franchise’s first championship in 16 years in style — with a rolling rally parade through the streets of Boston on Friday. Now that the rally is over, relive all the great moments below: 12:53 pm After the rally, owner Vic Kruisbeck spoke to reporters to share his joy over the Celtics’ championship victory: “We’re the fans who bought this team. We’re going to be the ‘Duck Boats’ when they start heading back to TD Garden. ​Jaylen Brown:12 pm Celtics fans pass by, including Kristaps Porzingis.Looks like a bottle of champagne:11:39 am A fan is seen tossing a basketball and marker to coach Joe Mazzulla.The coach quickly signs the ball and returns it:11:33 amC In Legend Paul Pierce rides the boat reserved for the 2008 NBA Champion Celtics along with Brian Scalabrine, Eddie House and Sam Cassel. 11:27 am Jaylen Brown rides with his Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP Award. :11:25 amJason Tatum rides with the Larry O’Brien trophy:11:24 amPaul Pierce holds the Celtics’ 2008 championship trophy:11:06 amFrom Marissa Dancino:This city is ready for a championship parade!!!10:45 amJaylon Brown on the doubters: “We’re here.” 10:44 a.m. Before the parade, Celtics star Jayson Tatum talked about the “team effort” needed from starters and bench players. 10:42 am Mike Cronin: The mood in Copley Square 10:39 am From Ariel Mitropoulos: Start young! TITLE CITY!!! Kristaps Porzingis is spotted cheering on a crowd of Celtics fans on Causeway Street at 10:32am. The celebration has begun in Boston! You can watch it live on WMUR-TV, in the video player at the top of this article, or on Very Local! Join us live on WMUR starting at 10 a.m. 9:45 am It’s the 13th Duck Boat Parade through the streets of Boston. The preparation of the duck boats cannot begin until the night before the parade, as they are used on tours until the evening. “First we remove the seats, install the floor, which we call the platform, remove the roofs or move them forward, clean the ducks, put the netting and get them all ready to go,” said Tom Vigna, the company’s director of marketing and sales. The Patriots were used as a form of crowd control, because the mob would allow the Patriots players to be seen. 8:18 a.m : Celtics fans get ready to celebrate the championship The city is gearing up for the Celtics Championship Parade in front of City Hall Plaza starting at 11 a.m.–

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The Celtics celebrated the franchise’s first championship in 16 years in style — with a rolling rally parade through the streets of Boston on Friday.

Now that the parade is over, relive all the key moments below:

12:53 p.m

After the rally, owner Vik Kruisbeck spoke to reporters to share his excitement for the Celtics’ championship victory:

“We’re the fans that bought this team. We’re all in this together. Let’s get another one.”

12:35 p.m

As the duck boats begin to return to TD Garden, some are met by Celtics fans, including Jaylen Brown:

12 pm

Kristaps Porzingis can be seen flexing while holding what looks like a bottle of champagne:

11:39 am

A fan is seen tossing a basketball and marker to coach Joe Mazzulla. The coach quickly signed the ball and returned it:

11:33 am

C’s legend Paul Pierce rides in a dugout reserved for the 2008 NBA champion Celtics. He is joined by Brian Scalabrine, Eddie House and Sam Cassel. Cassel is currently an assistant coach with the team.

11:27 am

Jaylen Brown, meanwhile, is riding high with his Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP award:

11:25 am

Jayson Tatum rides with the Larry O’Brien trophy:

11:24 am

Paul Pierce is seen holding the Celtics’ 2008 championship trophy:

Paul Pierce

11:06 am

From Marissa Dancino:

This city is ready for a championship parade!!!

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10:45 am

Jaylen Brown to the suspects: “We’re here.”

10:44 am

Before the parade, Celtics star Jayson Tatum talked about the “team effort” needed by the starters and bench players.

10:42 am

From Mike Cronin:

The mood in Copley Square

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10:39 am

From Ariel Mitropoulos:

Start them young! Title town!!!

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10:32 am

Kristaps Porzingis was seen cheering on a crowd of Celtics fans on Causeway Street.

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10:16 am

From Tim Colley:

As Celtic fans begin to fill the parade route, Boyston Street is a sea of ​​green.

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10 am

Coverage of the celebration in Boston has begun! You can watch it on WMUR-TV, in the video player above this article, or live on Very Local!

9:54 am

From Jonathan Marshall:

Energy is generated

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9:52 am

From Mike Cronin:

Locked in, we’re ready to march! Join us for a live show starting at 10 a.m. on WMUR.

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9:45 am

This is the 13th Duck Boat Parade through the streets of Boston. Work on preparing the duck boats cannot begin until the night before the parade, as they are used on tours until the evening.

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“First we remove the seats, install the floor, which we call the stage, remove the roofs or move forward, clean the ducks, put the netting, and get them all ready to go.”

said Tom Vigna, the company’s director of marketing and sales.

Duck boats were first used as a form of crowd control for the 2002 New England Patriots Super Bowl victory parade.

According to the company, then-Mayor Tom Menino approached them because the vehicles would allow them to see Patriots players without the opportunity for those players to mob.

8:37 am

From Mike Cronin:

Arriving in Boston, the vibes were already immaculate. Let’s march!

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8:18 am

From Jonathan Marshall:

Celtic fans are ready to celebrate the championship

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7:56 am

From Tim Colley:

Celtics fans are up early to snag a front row seat to today’s parade.

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6:16 am

From Ray Brewer:

Preparations continue in Boston as the city prepares for Celtic’s championship parade. It is in front of City Hall Plaza. The parade begins at 11 a.m. in front of TD Garden.

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