Celtics Honor Maine Mass Shooting Victims

The Boston Celtics honored the victims of a recent mass shooting in Lewiston, Maine, during their home opener.

In a touching gesture, the players wore the warmup shirts of their NBA G League affiliate, the Maine Celtics.

Additionally, they displayed a "Maine" band on their jerseys above the Vistaprint logo patch to show support for the state.

A moment of silence was observed by fans in the arena as a mark of respect and solidarity.

The jumbotron displayed a green and white outline of the state of Maine as a symbol of support for the state's recovery.

This heartfelt tribute goes beyond basketball, reminding us of the strength of unity and compassion in times of tragedy.

In these moments, sports serve as a powerful platform, reinforcing that we are more than just fans – we are a community.