Definition of courtside
: the area at the edge of a court (as for tennis or basketball)
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Someone paid a record amount to sit courtside and watch the Golden State Warriors face the Cleveland Cavaliers tonight in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.
Wayne McEwen, the longtime official, happened to be courtside.
Last season, a fan paid nearly $100,000 for a pair of courtside tickets to Game 7 of the NBA Finals.
Comedian Kevin Hart and NFL star Odell Beckham Jr. were among the courtside celebrities. ...
Some guests sit courtside; others observe from a balcony.
Contributing to the festive mood, Durant engaged in a hilarious staredown with Rihanna, who had heckled him from her courtside seat.
Rihanna looked on from courtside as the Durantula went nuts with 38 points, 8 boards, 8 assists, and an array of head-near-the rim dunks.
Late in the fourth quarter, Durant drained a 3-point shot from the right wing, then appeared to stare down Rihanna, who was sitting in a courtside seat.
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: the area at the edge of a tennis or basketball court
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