Meek Mill and Kevin Hart sat together courtside (see story), but they weren't the only Philadelphia notables taking in Game 5 of the Sixers-Heat series at the Wells Fargo Center.
Take a look at others in the crowd as the Sixers bounced the Heat from the playoffs Tuesday (see game recap).
Eagles owner Jeff Lurie had fun with Hart and Meek Mill.
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Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf was in the building.
Corey Clement was joined by fellow Eagles Jalen Mills, Alshon Jeffery, Brandon Brooks, Lane Johnson, Derek Barnett and Wendell Smallwood. New York Jets wide receiver and Temple product, Robby Anderson, was also in attendance.
Eagles RB @CoreyClement_6 rockin his @alleniverson jersey✌🏼
Corey says he remembers watching AI when he was a little kid growing up in Glassboro#FlyEaglesFly #PhilaUnite pic.twitter.com/ajV2m00cyc— John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) April 25, 2018
Former Sixers Jumaine Jones, Nik Stauskas, Marc Iavaroni, Billy Owens and Tim Perry watched the game. The NCAA champion Villanova Wildcats, with NBA-level talents of their own, were honored at half court.
Boxers Bernard Hopkins, Bryant Jennings and Jessie Hart watched the Sixers throw a knockout punch.
Musical artists Biz Markie, Beanie Sigel, Chill Moody and Lil Dicky also were among the 21,171 sellout crowd.