Several Giants showed up to the Knicks-Jazz game on Monday night at Madison Square Garden.
Needless to say, they were treated like heroes, getting a standing ovation from the crowd during halftime.
That hero treatment continues on Tuesday morning for the Giants during their championship parade.
And Hakeem Nicks cant wait.
"I hear that's one of the best parts of winning the Super Bowl so that's what I look forward to," Nicks told MSG's Jill Martin during halftime of the Knicks' win.
The parade is set to kick off at 11 a.m.
Bear Pascoe, a California native, says he's 'absolutely stoked' for the ceremonies.
Linebacker Mark Herzlich feels the same way. At halftime of the Knicks game, he said he'd been able to sleep just three or four hours since the Giants topped the Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI.
He was hoping to get some rest before the parade.
"It's all new to me, it's all exciting. I don't really know what to expect but it's going to be really cool to see the city come together and get a parade like this magnitude in New York," said Herzlich. "It's going to be awesome."