Celtics legend Paul Pierce is in (virtual) attendance for the team’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday afternoon, as was Jayson Tatum’s son, Deuce.

Pierce seems to be following the example of former NBA All-Star Chris Bosh, who made a cameo of his own during Thursday night’s crosstown showdown between the Lakers and Clippers.

“The Truth” has always showed love for his former squad.

Pierce cemented his place as one of the greatest players in franchise history during 15 seasons with the Celtics, scoring over 24,00 points and earning 10 All-Star nods.

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The former Kansas product was about the only bright spot for the Celtics upon entering the league in 1998. Boston toiled for years prior to landing Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett ahead of the 2007-08 season, though Pierce and the rest of the “Big Three” added an NBA championship to their resumes that year.

Pierce has remained a fierce advocate for the Celtics in retirement. He even went so far as to claim the Eastern Conference semifinal between the Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks was “over” after Boston took Game 1 of the series. Pierce then became the subject of endless memes when the Bucks won four straight to advance to the conference finals.

Clearly, Pierce does not shy away from expressing his loyalties. Deuce has also been a staple at Celtics games throughout the year. Needless to say, Jayson’s son, Deuce, was pretty happy about his dad’s performance early on against the Blazers. Tatum scored 21 points in the first half.

Meanwhile, Boston is hoping to get a win on Sunday after a narrow loss to the Bucks on Friday. The Celtics (the No. 3 seed) now lead the fourth-seeded Miami Heat by just 1.5 games in the East standings after Miami’s win over the Denver Nuggets on Saturday.