Snapshot: Unity in Toronto

April, 17, 2013
4/17/13
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AP photo/Frank GunnThe Celtics and Raptors gathered for a moment of silence before Wednesday's game.
Before Wednesday's regular-season finale in Toronto, the Celtics and Raptors gathered at midcourt for a moment of silence in honor of the victims from Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon. The Fenway staple "Sweet Caroline" then played during the Celtics' lineup introduction.

After the game, Boston coach Doc Rivers said of the pregame festivities, "I thought it was sensational. I thought it was really neat. I wish the fans had known the lyrics a little bit better to 'Sweet Caroline.' Other than that, it was terrific."

Chris Forsberg

Celtics reporter, ESPNBoston.com

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