A sporting event can be a completely different experience if it is experienced in person than if they are viewed from their home. From the great food and energy in the stands to the spectators' excitement, there are many benefits to watching a contest from the stands. You might also get to meet a celebrity while you watch the action.
Celebrities are not uncommon to be on the sidelines of games. Last week, many celebrities attended a variety of events. Grammy-winning music producer DJ Khaled went viral for hyping up the crowdDuring the Miami HeatThe semifinal matchup between the Eastern Conference champions and the Philadelphia 76ers. Before taking his place, he even gave Erik Spoelstra, Heat head coach, a shoulder rub.
Green Bay PackersLineman offensive David BakhtiariWhile at the show, he showed off his drinking skills Milwaukee BucksYou will be drinking two cups of beer quickly in rapid succession on May 13.
This week, more stars came to the sidelines to watch live sports and show their support for their home team.
Los Angeles Angels vs. Texas Rangers
During the NFL Offseason Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsonswas active in multiple opening ceremonies. The Pennsylvania native was active last month. went viral for his ceremonial puck drop for the Hershey Bears.
He donned his Rangers' white alternates and threw the ceremonial first pitch on Tuesday.
Tonight's first pitch will be thrown out@MicahhParsons11! pic.twitter.com/g4BnxK4vML
— Texas Rangers (@Rangers) May 17, 2022
Minnesota Lynx vs. Los Angeles Sparks
Crypto.com Arena was filled with Leslie's name, Sparks legend Lisa Leslie and comic Leslie Jones.
The QUEEN has arrived👑@LisaLeslie | #TimeToShow pic.twitter.com/XzKjvej9v7
— Los Angeles Sparks (@LASparks) May 18, 2022
This pic is amazing!! @LASparks @LisaLeslie @LizCambridge17 pic.twitter.com/lx63kif8af
— Leslie Jones 🦋 (@Lesdoggg) May 18, 2022
St. Louis Blues vs. Colorado AvalancheGame 2
Denver Broncos quarterback Russell WilsonWitness Colorado's dramatic overtime win live.
Oh my goodness! @DangeRussWilson!
We are pleased that you were able to join us tonight🥰@Broncosx #GoAvsGo pic.twitter.com/AolLKBaZx4
— Colorado Avalanche (@Avalanche) May 18, 2022