Boston Celtics fans jammed the city's streets to celebrate the team's 18th NBA title during their championship parade on Friday.

And while this was undoubtedly a chance to honor the Celtics for their incredible achievement, it was also a moment in time for fans of the team to answer questions about the team. And there were some very interesting answers to a simple question regarding Jayson Tatum.

When asked where Jayson Tatum went to college, several Celtics fans clearly had no idea. And it's not like Tatum went to some small Mountain West or Big-Sky Conference school. Tatum starred for the Duke Blue Devils before joining the NBA.

The Celtics' record 18th title did not come without controversy, at least according to what Tatum just said about Jimmy Butler and the Heat.

Tatum spoke about the Heat on after he was asked a question about jumping on a flight to Miami shortly after winning the championship over Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks.

He said he's still having a hard time believing the events of the past week are real and added his two cents on playing Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat, saying “They always easy,” in terms of his feelings on beating the Erik Spoelstra coached team.

Can Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown lead the Celtics to a repeat?

Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown (7) holds the MVP trophy during the 2024 NBA Championship parade in Boston
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Celtics star Jaylen Brown recently opened up about the team's chances for next season, and what he appreciates about playing with Tatum.

“I think we have an opportunity. I think we definitely have a window,” Jaylen Brown said on repeating. “We take it one day at a time. We definitely have to make sure we stay healthy. But, you know, we’ll enjoy the summer, enjoy the moment, and then we get right back to it next year.”

If Brown continues to play like he did for the Celtics this postseason, Boston has a legit chance of a repeat. Brown fully reached superstardom this postseason, winning MVP of the Eastern Conference Finals and then the NBA Finals with his lockdown defense against the Mavs. He also averaged 20.8 points per game in the Finals against Dallas.

Brown also talked about winning a title with teammate Jayson Tatum, who has been at his side for years.

“Just our growth together. We’ve been through a lot. We’ve been playing together for seven years now. We’ve been through a lot, the losses, the expectations. The media have said all different types of things: We can’t play together; we are never going to win. We heard it all. But we just blocked it out, and we just kept going. I trusted him. He trusted me. And we did it together.”