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Metro Boomin cheers on fellow St. Louis Native Jayson Tatum at NBA finals game 2

Tatum contributed with 12 assists, 9 rebounds, and solid defense
Metro Boomin. Photo via Instagram
Metro Boomin. Photo via Instagram

Music producer Metro Boomin, a fellow St. Louis native, showed his support for Jayson Tatum and the Boston Celtics at Game 2 of the NBA Finals. He celebrated the Celtics’ 105-98 victory, which gave them a 2-0 series lead.

Boomin, who collaborated with ESPN to hype up the Finals, shared his excitement on Twitter: “2 down 2 to go @celtics.” He also thanked ESPN for the opportunity.

Tatum, despite a rough shooting night, contributed with 12 assists, 9 rebounds, and solid defense. The win puts the Celtics on the brink of their first championship since 2008.

Boomin, a longtime Tatum supporter, previously stated that Tatum would become the face of the NBA. His presence at TD Garden to cheer for his fellow St. Louisian came as no surprise.

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With the series shifting to Dallas, Boomin will be hoping Tatum and the Celtics avoid a repeat of the 2022 Finals, where they lost to the Golden State Warriors after taking a 2-1 lead.

The music producer, known for his song “Runnin Outta Time” featuring Future, will likely be in Dallas to continue hyping up the Finals and cheering for his friend.

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