Michael B Jordan and Selena Gomez Watch Nets Crush Short Handed Lakers

Michael B Jordan and Selena Gomez Watch Nets Crush Short Handed Lakers

  • Selena Gomez and Michael B Jordan were seated courtside at an NBA game
  • They watched the Brooklyn Nets hand the Los Angeles Lakers another loss
  • The Nets were without Kevin Durant while the Lakers missed their two stars

Days after the Lakers were denied a clear foul towards the end of their clash with the Boston Celtics, the 2020 champions returned to action against the Brooklyn Nets and were well beaten 121-104.

The Lakers, without LeBron James or Anthony Davis, are now 4-7 in their last 11 games, while the Nets are 4-2 in their last six NBA games.

There were special guests seated courtside, actor Michael B Jordan and musician Selena Gomez.

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Kyrie Irving was on top of his game again as Michael B Jordan and Selena Gomez watched. Photos by Brooklyn Nets (Instagram) and Sarah Stier.
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With Kevin Durant nursing an MCL sprain, Kyrie Irving led the Nets to victory by dropping 26 points, seven rebounds and six assists. The 30-year-old had scored 30+ points in six straight games and didn't have to be at his best.

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Backup guards, Cam Thomas and Patty Mills each scored 21 points off the bench. Moreover, 11 Nets players were on the scoresheet, per ESPN.

Jordan and Gomez watch game

Black Panther actor, Jordan, and singer and movie star, Gomez were courtside to enjoy the game.

Gomez is known as a big San Antonio Spurs fan since she was a child. Meanwhile, Jordan - who has starred in several Hollywood blockbusters - is a huge NBA fan and has been to several games.

Nets and Lakers fans react

Nets fans were delighted with the win, but Lakers fans were angry with coach, Darvin Ham for some of his decisions.


"At times I feel like when Simmons on the bench we get good wins."

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"Keeping afloat without KD. We love to see it."


"We’ll get rest and keep your energy and we got Boston next."


"Without AD and LeBron, it's literally a G league team."


"Get the much needed shooting and call it a season. Start new next season . We basically have no real depth."
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LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Kevin Durant missed the game. Photo by Sarah Stier.
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Drake watches Raptors with Adonis

Recently, rapper Drake took his son to watch the Toronto Raptors team get a crucial 124-114 win over the Charlotte Hornets, as Sports Brief reported.

The popular Canadian star sat courtside with his five-year-old son, Adonis Graham to watch his team claim an important victory.

Adonis wore Puma White & Red Lamelo's, probably because he was watching Hornets point guard Lamelo Ball, who signed a multi-year deal with the brand in 2020.

LeBron James makes All-Star history

Sports Brief earlier reported on James tying Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the most NBA All-Star selections with 19.

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No other player has more All-Star appearances than James and Abdul-Jabbar, who retired in 1989 at the age of 42.

James received 7,418,116 fan votes and will be captain for the 6th consecutive year, and now has the most consecutive appearances in NBA history.

Source: Sports Brief News