After a big celebration at the Boston Celtics’ championship parade Friday, Jaylen Brown was looking for some help from social media.

The Celtics star posted on his Instagram story on Saturday a picture of a ring with the caption, “Reward for whoever finds this ring lost it at the parade.”

In his story, the eight-year veteran emphasized that the lucky fan who finds the ring would receive a big reward. While he did not say exactly what the reward would be, it’s most likely a hefty amount.

The ring that was lost on Friday had “7uice” across the gold face. To match the logo, diamonds were placed all around the top of the ring.

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Despite losing one of his valuables, the 27-year-old seemed to have fun at the parade with his Celtics teammates and staff. Brown wore a “State Your Source” shirt, poking fun at Stephen A Smith.

This came after Brown received the Bill Russell Trophy for Finals MVP. He averaged 20.8 points, 5.4 rebounds, and five assists per game and had a team-high 1.6 steals per game against the Dallas Mavericks.

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While he searches for his ring, Brown traveled overseas to Paris on Sunday to play in a game with the top basketball players in the area.

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