Celebrities' Favorite Teams
Texas native Eva Longoria almost loves the Spurs as much as she does Tony Parker.
Stephen King has watched the Sox pen many a thriller at Fenway.
Ashton Kutcher shows his Chicago Bears pride while sitting courtside at a Laker game with wife Demi Moore.
Beyonce shows palpable excitement for her boyfriend Jay-Z's New Jersey Nets.
Paris Hilton and her on-off playmate, Greek shipping heir Stavros Niarchos, stare intently at their cell phones during a break in the action at a Lakers' game.
Will Smith shows off his Philadelphia pride at last February's Super Bowl.
The Victoria's Secret models gently remind us that they have names while at a Wizards-Heat game.
Noted California fan Ice Cube and Mrs. Kim Cube smile at the Staples Center jumbotron as little O'Shea takes interest in something more grounded.
"According to Jim" Belushi, the Chicago Bears are the best football team ever known to man.
Drew Carey doesn't let his sixth right toe get in the way of throwing a pitch for his home team.
Spike Lee appears shocked (shocked, we tell you!) at a game for his hometown boys, the Knicks.
Truth or Rumor? Gisele is in talks to replace Red Sox manager Terry Francona.
Robin Williams, seen here in USPS spandex, represents the "funny one" among Lance Armstrong's mancycle pals, and has long supported the cyclist's work.
Craving an Ashley Judd sighting? You'll find her at Kentucky basketball games.
A Californian who started his career as a sportscaster, Will Ferrell mastered his impression of Chicago Cubs broadcaster Harry Caray during his time with Saturday Night Live.
Elisha Cuthbert (left) loves hockey (and her boyfriend, Sean Avery) so much that she holds Kings season tickets and at one time kept up an NHL.com blog.
Illinois native Bill Murray really loves his Cubs.
Okay, so she isn't the most diehard L.A. Kings fan, but did you know that Prince is the one who came up with the stage name Carmen Electra?
James Gandolfini is also a big fan of Rutgers football.
Winona Ryder cheers for the Dodgers in Los Angeles.
Though Justin Timberlake is purportedly afraid of snakes and spiders, he holds the Raptors close to his heart.
Ben Affleck, who was previously seen at Fenway Park with that other Jennifer, introduces his wife, Jennifer Garner, to his favorite team.
The Lakers' most famous (and possibly most devoted) fan, Jack Nicholson, enters the arena dressed in team colors.
Matthew Broderick introduces his son to Mr. Met, as little James tries to make sense of a giant baseball with limbs.
Snoop Dogg not only has a soft spot for USC and the youth football team he coaches, but also can occassionally be found at Anaheim Ducks' games.
Tom Arnold, the former "Best Damn Sports Show, Period" host, shields himself from the sun with a Dodgers cap.
Penny Marshall, another noted L.A. fan, pitches in for the Lakers.
Jerry Seinfeld's fondness for the Mets is such that he replaced a Yankees cap with a Mets hat on the set of his epnoymous show.
Leonardo DiCaprio keeps his chin up while being photographed at a home game for the Lakers.
Texan Owen Wilson gives it his all for the Rangers.
The Yankees don't always amuse Billy Crystal and Mayor Mike Bloomberg. Tough crowd.
Jeremy Piven puts on his serious face before pitching for the Cubs.
Harry Connick Jr. gets jazzy with his hometown cheerleaders at a Saints-Redskins game.