BOSTON, MA – One fan did the unthinkable for his team!
Tyler McGill just raised the bar for die-hard fans across the nation. McGill loves the NBA, especially his Boston Celtics, and he would do anything to watch them in the NBA Finals. His love is so great that he walked from Boston to Manhattan – a 218 mile walk.
Two of McGill’s friends, Noah Siegel, a roommate at Connecticut College, and Illya Trincher, offered McGill second-row midcourt seats for all three of Boston’s home games at the NBA finals if he was able to make the 218 mile journey on foot in a week. McGill, without hesitation, accepted the challenge and completed it with a day and a half to spare.
“I am soaking it all in right now,” McGill said at Game 3 in Boston. “I would definitely do the whole thing over again. I would’ve walked to Florida or skateboard to Alaska for these seats. I didn’t care.”
Siegel and Trincher were very confident that McGill would not complete the task. So confident that they didn’t end up purchasing the tickets until the Friday before Game 3 when they realized that the 27-year-old was going to accomplish the feat.

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2 thoughts on “TYLER MCGILL”

  1. This guy should be up for a some type of humanitarian award. Walking fro Boston to New York City to win NBA Finals tickets is an amazing gesture!!

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