The Sixers are pulling out all the stops for Game 2 of their Eastern Conference Semifinals series against the Celtics.
ESPN reports rapper Meek Mill will be at Thursday's game at TD Garden in Boston, Mass.
Sixers team co-owner Michael Rubin will be bringing freed rapper Meek Mill to Boston tonite for Game 2 of the Sixers-Celtics series, a team source confirmed to ESPN's Sal Paolantonio.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered the release of the rap artist last week.
Mill was sentenced in November to two-to-four years in prison after violating probation on a 2009 gun and drug case.
Upon his release, he went to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pa. for Game 5 of the Sixers' first-round series against the Miami Heat.
With Mill on hand to ring the bell, the Sixers won 104-91 to eliminate Miami.
Keys to Sixers-Celtics Game 2
Mill's music was a big part of the Eagles' run to Super Bowl glory.
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