Here are 32 of the NBA’s biggest celebrity fans

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Jay-Z is a Brooklyn Nets superfan ... Who are some of his counterparts around the league?

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There’s little wonder why celebrities are attracted to the NBA.

Not only is the product highly entertaining, but the seats are the best you can get in sports. Instead of being tucked away up in a luxury box, celebrities often sit courtside where they’re often in the shot of a camera or in the way of a player diving for a loose ball. Even though they’re not technically in the game, they feel as big a part of it as anything else.

Jay-Z is often courtside at Brooklyn Nets games. Here’s a look at 31 other A-listers who can be found cheering on their favorite basketball teams.

Jack Nicholson — Los Angeles Lakers

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Migos — Atlanta Hawks

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Barack Obama — Chicago Bulls

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Bill Simmons — Boston Celtics

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Travis Scott — Houston Rockets

(Erik Williams-USA TODAY Sports)

Eminem — Detroit Pistons

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Billy Crystal — Los Angeles Clippers

(Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports)

Tiger Woods — Orlando Magic

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Dyan Cannon — Los Angeles Lakers

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Spike Lee — New York Knicks

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Meek Mill — Philadelphia 76ers

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Aaron Rodgers — Milwaukee Bucks

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Justin Timberlake — Memphis Grizzlies

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Leonardo DiCaprio — Los Angeles Lakers

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Mark Wahlberg — Boston Celtics

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Chance The Rapper — Milwaukee Bucks

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Tracy Morgan — New York Knicks

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Drake — Toronto Raptors

(Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports)

Wale — Washington Wizards

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Phil Mickelson — Phoenix Suns

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Lil Wayne — New Orleans Pelicans

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Barry Bonds — Golden State Warriors

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2 Chainz — Atlanta Hawks

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Alex Rodriguez — Minnesota Timberwolves

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Anthony Kiedis and Flea — Los Angeles Lakers

(Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports)

Michael Jordan — Charlotte Hornets

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Kendall and Kylie Jenner — Los Angeles Lakers

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