Ron Rivera, Kyle Kuzma and Sean Doolittle are some of the celebrities who have enjoyed live sports.

It's not hard to see how many stars have been drawn to the sidelines in notable arenas.

Last week, celebrities made waves at several high profile events.

For example: LeBron James DJ Khaled was the finalist in the Champions League Finale Aaron Donald Madonna was at the ringside of the title fight between Rolando Romero & Gervonta Davies.

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Well-known spectators were still attracted to the combination of NBA playoff action and Stanley Cup playoff play, along with MLB games and WNBA matches.

New York Liberty vs. Washington Mystics

Washington D.C. teams were well represented at Friday night's Mystics’ game. Wizards Star Kyle Kuzma, Commanders Ron Rivera is a coach Nationals ace Sean Doolittle The sidelines were a common place for them to connect.

Connecticut Sun vs. Las Vegas Aces

Tom Brady He was with his sister Julie and sportscaster Jim Gray at the forefront of what he called “first-class basketball.”

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers For this event, the quarterback was present this year's version of Capital One's The Match, A 12-hole exhibition will be held on June 1 (6.30 p.m.). Wynn Las Vegas. ET, TNT He will be a partner with Aaron Rodgers Face Josh Allen And Patrick Mahomes The only Las Vegas Strip golf course.

Cincinnati Reds vs. Boston Red Sox

Mindy Kaling stars in “The Office”, as does B.J. Novak took a photo of himself with Red Sox mascots Wally, and Tessie at Fenway Park.

Minnesota Twins vs. Detroit Tigers

Roger Clemens made his way to the Motor City to meet his son Kody ClemensTigers make his major league debut with,


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