Adele, her sports analyst boyfriend Rich Paul, Eddie Murphy, Quavo and Jennifer Hudson were amongst the celebrities who attended the Los Angeles Lakers vs Denver Nuggets Western Conference Finals Game 3 at the area on Saturday.

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Denzel Washington and Jack Nicholson were also in attendance. Denver leads the 7-game series 2-0. Nikola Jokic and co were leading at half-time.

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Meanwhile, LeBron James of the Lakers accidentally ran into referee Scott Foster in the second quarter. The official was left with a bloody mouth.

Several social media users reacted to the incident with Chris Paul memes. The Phoenix Suns star has a poor record when Foster officiates a game.

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“only highlight we got from LeBron so far is him running through Scott Foster, CP3 somewhere out in Cancun rn laughing his ass off though,” a Twitter user said.

“Is it bad that I don’t feel bad for Scott Foster here?” another one added.

“Nigga why is Scott Foster bleeding like prime Ric Flair,” a third one tweeted.

The first half of the match-up was dominated by Denver’s Jamal Murray. The Canadian player followed his fourth-quarter Game 2 heroics with a string show in Game 3.

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In the first half, he had 30 points and was 11-of-13. The player’s first 17 points came in the first quarter.

In the fourth quarter of Game 2, Murray scored 23 points to guide his team to a 108-103 win.

LeBron James, after their Game 2 loss, said that the Lakers still have an opportunity to come back.

“This is not the NCAA Tournament. It’s the first team to four wins. We have an opportunity to go home and play great basketball and hold serve. Until the team beats you four times, then you always have an opportunity to come out of it,” he had said.