NBA 2019 All-Star Game: Robert Kraft among celebrities present


Patriots owner Robert Kraft was on the side of the NBA All-Star game on Sunday. He once again frequented Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin and rapper Meek Mill.

He still wore his diamond-shaped "Championships" necklace – a gift from Mill, which he had presented for the first time to the Patriots Super Bowl after-party and posted during the Victory Parade – Kraft's is also involved with a number of celebrities and athletes at the Charlotte's Spectrum Center. In addition to posing for selfies with Mill, rapper Ludacris and actor Jamie Foxx, he was spotted conversing with quadruple NBA champion, Shaquille O-Neal, Charles Barkley, 11-star, and the Los Angeles Lakers striker, LeBron James.

Kraft, Rubin and Mill seem to have traveled to a group this month, after spending time together at the pre and post Super Bowl festivities, as well as at the Sixers-Lakers game on February 10th. In January, the trio, accompanied by rapper Jay-Z and CNN commentator Van Jones, launched Reform Alliance, an organization dedicated to lobbying for changes to state probation and parole laws.

Mill, who performed a handful of songs at Sunday night's player presentations, spoke of his friendship with Kraft, calling the man "77 years old" a "real dude." Kraft visited Mill while he was in prison last spring. have dragged on several times after Mill's subsequent publication.

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Robert Kraft talks with Shaquille O'Neal. -Photo by Streeter Lecka / Getty Images
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LeBron James talks with Robert Kraft before the start of the second half. -AP Photo / Chuck Burton
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Robert Kraft speaks to fans during the first half of the NBA All-Star Game. -AP Photo / Chuck Burton

Other famous faces that watched "Team LeBron" against "Team Giannis" include R & B singer Janelle Monae, who kicked off the evening with a pre-game concert; Carly Rae Jepson, Canadian pop singer, who sang "O Canada" before the concert; A native of Charlotte, Anthony Hamilton, who played movingly "Star Spangled Banner" and rapper J. Cole, who interpreted many of his hits, including "ATM" and "No Role Modelz", as entertainment in the middle of the night. time.

But J. Cole and his Hornets starter jacket were not the only things to get the crowd going. During a break in the second half, Celtics legend Bill Russell was part of a group of NBA legends to be honored at the central court. Presented as "11-time NBA Field Champion and Civil Rights Champion," Russell received a standing ovation.

George Gervin, Magic Johnson, Allen Iverson, Bill Russell, David Robinson and Julius Erving attend the 68th All-Star Game in the NBA. -Photo by Jeff Hahne / Getty Images

Rapper Gucci Mane and his wife Keyshia KaOir, rapper Quavo, rapper 2 Chainz, retiring NBA goaltender Gary Payton, Guy Fieri, Food Network personality, director Spike Lee, model Karlie Kloss, grand receiver Antonio Pitonsburgh Steelers, big receiver Antonio Brown and comedian Lilly Singh Heidi Gardner and Chris Redd, cast members of Saturday Night Live were also present.

2 Chainz even managed to break the Celtics Kyrie Irving's jersey.

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