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Magic Johnson, LeBron James, Ben Simmons and LaVar Ball all watched from courtside seats.
Captured by the cameras courtside during Federer's final match against Marin Cilic on Sunday, seven-year-old twin girls Myla and Charlene and three-year-old twin boys Lenny and Leo got to watch their dad do his thing on the grass court.
Moments after her teammates complete the celebration of a 10-point comeback victory over the Connecticut Sun, Parker summons Lailaa from her courtside seat.
But that didn't stop a legion of coaches (and media) from sitting courtside to watch the 6-foot-5 Langford cheer on his team, Twenty Two Vision, from the bench.
The same seat is $10,616 per year at the new arena, and there are two premium courtside levels in front of those seats that don't have prices listed on the season ticket sale website.
Someone paid $133,000 for two courtside seats to Game 5 of the NBA Finals.
Richard and Lakeisha have been permanent fixtures courtside at big tournaments, including the open in Key Biscayne Never miss a local story.
In celebration of their bad romance, here are a few highlights of Mane and Ka’oir’s love story, from prison letters to a splashy courtside proposal and everything in between.
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COURTSIDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of courtside for English Language Learners
: the area at the edge of a tennis or basketball court
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