NBA Summer League

2021 NBA Summer League: Celebrities and NBA player attendances in Las Vegas

After a COVID-induced absence in 2020, the NBA Summer League is back.

Back where it belongs - in Las Vegas - and coinciding with the chatter of NBA Free Agency. The basketball action on the court, combined with the location of the games, has attracted has courtside appearances from superstar NBA players and celebrities as well.

Here's a look at all these icons in attendance for this year's event:

Day 3

The trio of the Antetokounmpo brothers were in attendance as their brother Alex took the floor as part of the Sacramento Kings.

Day 2

Some basketball royalty was in attendance on Day 2.

Like many stars from other teams, Spurs' Dejounte Murray and recent gold-medal winner Keldon Johnson were also courtside.

Johnson was just one of the multiple recent gold-medal winners from Tokyo present. Kelsey Plum - a member of Team USA's 3x3 team that won the first-ever 3x3 gold medal at the Olympics.

Even an NBA Champion was in the house.

KAT was one of multiple Timberwolves present to see the team's Summer League squad in action.

For a second straight day, reigning Rookie of the Year LaMelo Ball was in attendance to watch his brother LiAngelo Ball in action with the Charlotte Hornets.

Hall of Famer & NBA Legend Jerry West!

Some Pacers and Pelicans NBA players take in the action as well

Day 1

Opening day of the Las Vegas Summer League saw several notable NBA players including a couple of gold-medal winners from Tokyo in Bam Adebayo and Devin Booker.

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