Marcus Smart’s wedding doubled as a Celtics reunion — and the photos are too good.
The Grizzlies guard — who Boston traded to Memphis in a three-team deal for Kristaps Porzingis in June — tied the knot with fiancée Maisa Hallum over the weekend with his former teammates and coaches in attendance, according to Bleacher Report.
Forwards Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown appeared to enjoy the wedding festivities, according to photos circulating on social media, along with guard Derrick White, head coach Joe Mazzulla, general manager Brad Stevens and Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck.
Tatum, Mazzulla and Stevens were seen posing with their arms folded in one snap while another pic showed a smiling Tatum with his arms outstretched and Grousbeck, who was hugging his wife, Emilia Fazzalari.
Smart confirmed the nuptials on Saturday with a post on Instagram, which included photos of the couple wearing two different wedding ensembles.
Hallum was glowing in a strapless black dress with a silver embellished thigh-high slit — and a beautiful blue dress with a layered tulle skirt.
Smart also looked dapper in an all-black suit with silver beading and a velvet jacket.
“Wow – [I] never thought I’d see the day!” Smart wrote in his caption. “From a boy to a man, starting this new chapter with u is a blessing and more!
“Thank u for fighting with me. When times get hard we never waver. Here’s to Mr and Mrs Smart…I love you.”
Smart and Hallum got engaged on Christmas Day in 2022.
In an exclusive interview with The Post in May, Smart explained how his proposal included an alley-oop from his and Hallum’s favorite actor, Will Smith.
Before Smart got down on one knee, he surprised Hallum with a video message from the Oscar winner, who was in Antarctica at the time for work.
“We’re just coming back from the South Pole, but I just wanted to take a minute to wish you a very, very merry Christmas,” Smith said in the video.
“Now, I know that you may not have gotten the stuff that you wanted. I promise you, you’re not going to end this Christmas empty-handed, OK? That’s just, that’s all my message is. That’s all my message is from Antarctica.”
At the time, Hallum appeared confused until she turned around and saw Smart down on one knee.
The NBA veteran spent his entire nine-year career with the Celtics, during which he was named the 2021-22 NBA Defensive Player of the Year and earned three NBA All-Defensive First Team nods.
Smart was selected by the Celtics with the No. 6 overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft.