Boston City Officials Are Staying Quiet About Plans If Celtics Win

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — City officials in Boston are keeping quiet about potential party plans in case the Celtics win in Friday’s game four of the NBA finals.  

WBZ NewsRadio was down in the Back Bay Fens and spoke to someone who had a pretty good idea of what the city had planned if the Celtics got the big win.  

“Should there be something huge to celebrate, we will be prepared and have announcements in the days ahead just to ensure that we are very carefully planning for [it] and mapping out all the logistics,” said Mayor Michelle Wu.  

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The mayor did not mention anything about parade contingency plans if the Celtics win, but she did indicate to WBZ NewsRadio that the streets around TD Garden will be closed around halftime during the game Friday night, as many are anticipating a lot of commotion after Friday night’s watch party.  

Boston Police Department Commissioner Michael Cox did not indicate whether a weekday or a weekend celebration would be preferred if the Celtics were to win game four. 

“If there was a celebration planned... we’ll be announcing that fairly soon, so yeah we’ll just be cheering for our home team, so it doesn’t matter what day of the week it is,” said Cox.  

WBZ NewsRadio’s James Rojas (@JamesRojasMMJ) reports. 

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