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Lil Wayne is an artist who loves sports. Over the years, he has made that love of sports quite clear. Although he may not be a fan of the two teams playing, he will always pop out at a game if it interests him. Overall, this is especially true during the NBA Finals. Regardless of who is playing, the NBA Finals always act as the perfect event to go to. This is especially true if you can get yourself some courtside tickets. Subsequently, you get to experience the intensity from the ground floor.

Last night, the Denver Nuggets hosted Game 2 of the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat. As you can see in the tweet down below, Lil Wayne was sitting courtside at the game with his son, Kameron. Overall, they appeared to be having a good time, albeit a bit shy in front of those cameras. Either way, it was a great game for them to go to. While the Nuggets came back from an early hole, it was the Heat who were ultimately able to prevail. Now, the series is tied at 1 heading back to Miami.

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Lil Wayne & Kameron Carter

Heading into this series, the Denver Nuggets were seen as obvious favorites. In fact, it seemed as though they could have swept the series. Now, however, the Nuggets could be in a lot of trouble. The Heat are a team that knows how to win, and they will be looking to end this series as fast as possible. Although, Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray will be looking to overcome some adversity and come through with a bounce-back performance.

Hopefully, this series continues to provide some entertainment. Some were worried that this could be a very fast series. Although, a 7-game thriller is still very much on the table. Let us know who you think will win, in the comments section below. Additionally, stay tuned to HNHH for more news and information from around the NBA.

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