This weekend four NCAA teams will be taking the court in Boston to see who cuts down the nets and head to this season's Final Four in New Orleans.
The ability to host an NCAA tournament regional is a great honor, and one that is heavily sought after by many cities around the country. However, the honor of hosting such a high-profile event also comes with the strict regulations enforced by the NCAA's commissioning body.
Due to collegiate constraints put in place by the NCAA, the TD Garden and all pro sports arenas will have to take down and reloacte any banners hanging overhead. That means that all those retired jerseys and honorary banners from Celtics and Bruins championships of years past had to be removed the TD Garden for this weekend's festivities.
The process of taking down and relocating all those banners was a long and detailed one, so some Garden staff decided to videotape the entire process.
Check out video below to see a 3:00 clip of just how all those banners went from the rafters inside the TD Garden to a recreational complex in Dorchester, Mass.
Powered by WordPress.com VIP