There's no denying that several stars have been attracted to the sidelines of notable arenas, whether it's to participate in a pregame tradition or otherwise.
Last week, some celebrities made waves in the crowds at several high-profile events.
For instance, LeBron James enjoyed the Champions League final, DJ Khaled and Aaron Donald enjoyed playoff basketball and Madonna was ringside for the title bout between Gervonta Davis and Rolando Romero.
A combination of NBA and Stanley Cup playoff action, along with MLB and WNBA games, continues to bring out well-known spectators.
Scarborough Shooting Stars vs. Hamilton Honey Badgers
The Canadian Elite Basketball League made headlines last month when it was announced that 37-year-old Grammy Award-winning musician J. Cole would join the Shooting Stars.
On Saturday, the CEBL's sideline also drew attention as another Grammy Award-winning recording artist, Drake, trekked to the Honey Badgers home arena, FirstOntario Centre, which is nearly an hour from his hometown of Toronto.
He was spotted sporting Cole's Shooting Stars jersey. The two have a longstanding musical relationship and first collaborated for a 2010 song titled "In The Morning."
George Kambosos vs. Devin Haney
Tom Brady was front and center for what he described as "first-class basketball," alongside his sister, Julie, and sportscaster Jim Gray.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback was in town for this year's version of Capital One's The Match, a 12-hole exhibition that will take place on June 1 (6:30 p.m. ET, TNT) at Wynn Las Vegas. He'll partner with Aaron Rodgers to face Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes at the only golf course on the Las Vegas Strip.
"The Office" stars Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak posed for a photo with Red Sox mascots Wally and Tessie while visiting Fenway Park.
A couple of Dundie Award winners. pic.twitter.com/YDqxW531ee— Red Sox (@RedSox) June 1, 2022
They grow up so fast. pic.twitter.com/6kvXtWvCll— Detroit Tigers (@tigers) June 1, 2022