While there are few places you can sit in the presence Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks, Grammy Award-winning chefs, and celebrity chefs, you can enjoy a lot more from your seat at major sporting events.
It is clear:The trio is just one of the many famous fans who were spotted recently on the sidelines.
Multiple leagues attract spectators from different social circles, whether it's to watch postseason games in the NBA and Stanley Cup playoffs, or early-season action at MLB and the WNBA.
The trend continued with familiar faces showing up and out this week.
Vs Game 6
Long-termDavid Ortiz, a slugger, sat courtside at TD Garden while he cheered on his team the Celtics.
Big Papi is loving Game 6's intensity!
— NBA (@NBA) May 28, 2022
vs. Game 5
Two days from, Slugger The Warriors' potential series closer was rang in by.
— Chase Center (@ChaseCenter) May 27, 2022
vs. Game 5
DJ Khaled, a Miami music producer and Heat fan, isMiami's series versus the . He also gave Erik Spoelstra, head coach, a shoulder massage during the game.
This time, he made his presence clear early.
Superfan of heat @djkhaled Checking in from Game 5 Miami⬇️
— ESPN (@espn) May 26, 2022
You can find the They showed up to support their Target Center neighbors.
Pat & Nate in the house supporting the @minnesotalynx 🙌
— Minnesota Timberwolves (@Timberwolves) May 25, 2022
Las Vegas, Nevada: I was seated on the baseline for the WNBA Commissioner's Cup matchup.
The Flash is at The House! ⚡️
— Las Vegas Aces (@LVAces) May 24, 2022
Center A pleasant evening spent at the ballpark.
Elizabeth Williams in the House!
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) May 25, 2022