Photos: Beyonce, Jay Z, and Russell Wilson sit courtside at Sixers game in Brooklyn. Bey’s hat is impressive.
Feb 3, 2014, 8:40 PM EDT
Feb 3, 2014; Brooklyn, NY, USA; Jay-Z and Beyonce sit courtside during the first half of the Philadelphia 76ers Brooklyn Nets basketball game at Barclays Center. Mandatory Credit: Nicole Sweet-USA TODAY Sports
Super Bowl Champion Russell Wilson was seated next to music’s hottest couple at one point during the Sixers 108-102 loss to the Nets in Brooklyn on Monday night.
Some Super Bowl champs choose to spend the next day hanging out with Mickey Mouse in Disney World while others choose to watch Evan Turner and the Sixers play basketball. Both are good for some laughs.
Seattle native Spencer Hawes shared a high five with the Seahawks QB which you can watch in the highlights below.
While Hawes may be a starter on the Sixers, he’s forever a 12th man at heart.
Spencer Hawes gave Wilson a high-five. This is your up to the minute courtside Russell Wilson report
— Chet (@Chet_G) February 4, 2014
Comcast SportsNet’s Danny Pommels used the opportunity to get as many Jay Z and Beyonce song references as he could into the two minute game recap:
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