Students at Joseph Lee School in Dorchester Present Lucky the Leprechaun Mosaic to Boston Celtics (Photos)

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Lucky the Leprechaun had another reason to flip on Wednesday, when autistic students at Joseph Lee School in Dorchester, Mass., presented the Celtics with a mosaic of the mascot's likeness.

As you can see in the photos below, the 48 students from second through fifth grades created a work of art befitting a professional artist.

The students spent five weeks on the mural and used more than 13,000 pieces of construction paper, according to the team. They hope that the mosaic will bring good luck to the Celtics, who are currently playing the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals.

Check out the photos below for a look at the mosaic, the students who helped create the piece and Lucky rewarding the students with some tricks — with the help of a Lee School teacher.

Students at Joseph Lee School in Dorchester Present Lucky the Leprechaun Mosaic to Boston Celtics (Photos)
Students at Joseph Lee School in Dorchester Present Lucky the Leprechaun Mosaic to Boston Celtics (Photos)
Students at Joseph Lee School in Dorchester Present Lucky the Leprechaun Mosaic to Boston Celtics (Photos)
Photos via Heather Walker/Boston Celtics

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