The Boston Celtics are taking on the Cleveland Cavaliers right now in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals. As everyone knows by now, it's just one game on the line for a chance to go to the NBA Finals.

At the start of this game, however, a couple pieces of confetti apparently fell from the rafters and onto some fans and the court.

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Funny enough, this isn't the #Celtics first experience with premature confetti release this postseason. In Game 3 of the Celtics' last series against the Philadelphia 76ers, guard Marco Belinelli hit what many thought was a game-winning three-pointer right in front of the Sixers bench. The shot was actually a long two-pointer with both feet on the line, which sent the game to overtime instead of giving Philly the win.

Upon the shot going in, confetti started parading down from the rafters as Sixers fans celebrated what they thought was a Game 3 win and a 2-1 series. That actually took about 10-12 minutes to clean up before the overtime session could begin. Boston ended up winning the game, taking a 3-0 series lead, and putting what felt like a knife through Sixers' fans hearts.

What will happen tonight Game 7? We'll find out if the Celtics will have reason to celebrate or if the Cavs will come up with the first road win of the series.