Adele and Christian McCaffrey among stars attending live sporting events

Experiencing a sporting event in person provides a different experience for attendees compared to watching it from home. From the stadium food to the exuberant energy of the crowd, watching a contest from the stands has huge benefits. Another bonus is that you might bump into a celebrity while you’re in on the action.

Celebrities adorning the backstage of games are commonplace across all sports, with plenty of stars showing up at a number of events over the past week. Grammy-winning music producer DJ Khaled went viral for getting the crowd excited during the miami heatEastern Conference semi-final game against the Philadelphia 76ers. He even rubbed Heat head coach Erik Spoelstra’s shoulder before sitting down.

Green Bay Packers offensive lineman David Bakhtiari showed off his drinking skills while at the Milwaukee dollars match on May 13, drinking two cups of beer in quick succession.

More stars have gathered on the sidelines this week to enjoy live sports or show their support for their home teams.

Dallas Mavericks vs. Golden State WarriorsGame 2

Grammy-winning entertainer Adele stopped by the Chase Center to watch the Warriors take on the Mavericks in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals.

New York Rangers vs. Carolina HurricanesGame 2

Carolina Panthers to come back Christian McCaffrey showed up to support the Hurricanes for Game 2, sounding the siren before the action began.

Dallas Mavericks vs. Golden State Warriors, Game 1

The road to the NBA Finals goes through San Francisco. Or should we say Flavortown? Celebrity chef Guy Fieri kicked off the opening of the Western Conference Finals series by ringing the bell at Chase Center.

Los Angeles Angels vs. Texas Rangers

During the NFL offseason,Dallas Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons has been active in several opening ceremonies. Last month, the Pennsylvania native went viral for his ceremonial faceoff for the Hershey Bears.

On Tuesday, he donned Rangers’ powder blue substitutes and threw the ceremonial first pitch.

Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Florida Panthers,Game 2

The Battle of Florida rounded out ESPN’s top five rankings as one of the best active rivalries in the NHL. Miami Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki let his allegiance be known.

Minnesota Lynx vs. Los Angeles Sparks

Leslie’s name was well represented at the Arena with Sparks legend Lisa Leslie and comedian Leslie Jones front and center.

St. Louis Blues vs. Colorado avalancheGame 2

Denver Broncos strategist Russell Wilson witnessed Colorado’s thrilling overtime victory firsthand.

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