WATCH: Robert Kraft, other Patriots courtside for Celtics-Nets at TD Garden

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WATCH: Patriots well-represented courtside at TD Garden for Celtics-Nets originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

Support among the Boston area's professional sports franchises runs deep.

As the Boston Celtics opened up their postseason run against the Brooklyn Nets at TD Garden on Easter Sunday, several figures from the local football team were courtside to show their support.

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In addition to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, his son, team president Jonathan Kraft, was also there to support the Green. Elsewhere along the parquet, Damien Harris and Jakboi Meyers could be found.

There's been no sign of Patriots coach Bill Belichick, who could've capped off his 70th birthday weekend with a trip to TD Garden.

The longer the Celtics last in the postseason, the more figures from the Patriots, Boston Bruins and Boston Red Sox are sure to appear.