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Jayson Tatum gifts Ciara and Russell Wilson’s son signed shoes



The Boston Celtics secured their spot in the Eastern Conference finals Wednesday, but that isn’t the only reason why one family will always cherish the night.



R&B singer Ciara was courtside with her husband, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Russell Wilson, and son, Future.



The trio was front and center at TD Garden in Boston’s 113-98 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers to celebrate Future’s 10th birthday.



Jayson Tatum, who finished with 25 points, 9 assists and 10 rebounds, gifted Future a pair of signed shoes after a celebratory stroll to the locker room.



Future was born in 2014 and his biological father is Ciara’s ex-fiancé, the rapper who goes by the stage name Future. She has been married to Wilson since 2016. In addition to raising Future together, Wilson and Ciara are the parents of Sienna, Win and Amora.



The Celtics advanced to their sixth Eastern Conference finals in eight years and will play the winner of the series between the Indiana Pacers and New York Knicks.



A late one-point victory in a tight Western Conference finals between the Dallas Mavericks and Minnesota Timberwolves shouldn’t come as a surprise. The Mavericks escaping Minnesota up 2-0 is another story.



Dallas rallied from a 12-point halftime deficit to take Game 2 109-108 behind a brilliant step-back 3-pointer from Luka Doncic over center Rudy Gobert with three seconds remaining that silenced the home crowd. The Timberwolves had one final possession, but Naz Reid’s 26-footer missed, and now the Mavericks will travel back to Dallas with a commanding series lead.



“I can’t move fast, but I can move faster than him,” Doncic said of his shot over Gobert during his postgame interview on TNT.



With his winning 3 over the reigning Defensive Player of the Year, Doncic finished with a game-high 32 points with 10 rebounds and 13 assists to record his eighth career playoff triple-double.



The Mavericks trailed by as many as 16 points in the third quarter, but they methodically cut into Minnesota’s lead behind Doncic’s playmaking and clutch shooting from guard Kyrie Irving, who went 4-for-7 from 3 in the game.





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