The Milwaukee Bucks hosted at least a couple franchise legends for Wednesday night's Game 4 of the NBA Finals against the Phoenix Suns, in Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson.
Also in attendance were celebrities such as Chance the Rapper, MLB legend Alex Rodriguez, Green Bay Packers star Za'Darius Smith, and perhaps the Bucks' top celebrity fan -- legendary singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow.
To the surprise of some basketball fans, the nine-time Grammy winner and mom-of-two boys has been one of the Bucks' most vocal supporters throughout their roller-coaster postseason run.
And shortly before tip-off on Wednesday, the Bucks revealed that Crow was once again "soaking up the sun" at Fiserv Forum, where she's been on hand for at least a couple games this postseason.
Crow responded on social media with a fiery all-caps "LET's GO!!!"
The "All I Wanna Do" singer, originally from Missouri and now living in Nashville, recently explained she has been following the Bucks "for years" through her 11-year-old son Levi, who she said is a huge fan of Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo. Levi even has an autographed Giannis jersey framed in his bedroom.
The Crow clan also received a care package from their favorite team.
Local media in Milwaukee have had some fun with the Crow connection. Last month, the Milwaukee Record paired Bucks players with some of her top hits, much to her delight.
The Bucks prevailed on Wednesday, evening up the series at two games apiece. Crow fired off a couple tweets during the game, ripping the refs and accusing Suns forward Jae Crowder of flopping.
A true fan indeed!
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