Celebrities at NBA Playoffs
George Lopez brought Game 3 of the Finals to standstill when he spilled his drink on the court. Way to go, George.
The legendary ex-Cowboy supported the Mavs as they battled the Heat in Game 3 of the Finals.
T.O. watched Game 3 of the Finals ... with sunglasses on.
Lil Wayne, Drake
Lil Wayne (appropriately wearing a Lakers hat) and Drake took in Game 4 of the Bulls-Heat series in Miami.
Timberlake spurned his hometown Grizzlies to root on the Lakers. Traitor.
Just after creating a stir in New York City for getting his own police escort to a nightclub, Diddy jet-setted to Miami for Game 1 of the Heat-Celtics series.
Becks rushed back -- perhaps without shaving, even -- from the Royal Wedding to watch the Lakers lose Game 1 of their Western Conference semifinal against the Mavericks.
The "Inception" star watched the Lakers courtside at Staples Center.
Paul Wesley, Benjamin McKenzie
"The Vampire Diaries" star, Wesley (far left), reunited with his "OC" pal McKenzie at a Lakers game.
Sammy Sosa. Yep. That's all we have to say on this.
Rick Ross took a break from making Aston Martin Music to attend Game 1 of the Heat-Celtics series in Miami.
The former Sooner traveled back to Oklahoma to watch Kevin Durant and Company.
Mr. Chow of "The Hangover" fame attended the Lakers' first-round series against the Hornets.
Walt Frazier, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Schwartzman
This has to be the most bizarre celebrity trio at the playoffs. The three were in attendance at a first-round meeting between the Knicks and Celtics at Madison Square Garden.
The famed movie director was courtside at a Lakers game.
The star of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" enjoys some ... hot tea? ... at the Lakers game.
Happy Gilmore was at Game 2 of the Lakers-Mavericks series.