- The stars keep coming to Colorado to watch Deion Sanders’ upstart team
- And that list grew even bigger on Saturday as the Buffaloes hosted USC
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More stars have made the trip to watch Deion Sanders’ Colorado take on USC, as Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and DaBaby were spotted in Boulder.
The former Celtics teammates Garnett and Pierce appeared to be in good spirits before the game as they stood on the sideline.
DaBaby made his way to the student section, as the rapper donned a cowboy hat and pumped up the Buffaloes fans.
The 31-year-old was even invited by Sanders to speak to the team before the game.
‘Just keep going,’ he said to a group who lost 42-6 to Oregon last weekend.
Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett looked to be in good spirits on the sidelines before the game
DaBaby was spotted in the student section as Colorado took on USC on Saturday afternoon
‘A little adversity is healthy, it’s better to run into it earlier than later.’
Several Denver Nuggets, including veteran center DeAndre Jordan, were also spotted in Boulder on Saturday.
Beyond that, an even longer list of celebrities was expected at the game Saturday, as LeBron and Bronny James, Jay-Z and Snoop Dogg were named on a guest list that circulated online beforehand.
And the Trojans’ MarShawn Lloyd paid tribute to James after scoring the first touchdown of the game, doing the Lakers star’s ‘silencer’ celebration.
Bronny, James’ eldest son, is also a freshman basketball player at USC, though he and his dad have not yet been spotted at the game.
Lil Wayne performed Colorado’s walk-out song before their game vs. Colorado State
Music acts DJ Khaled and Lil Wayne were also expected to make the trip, while actors Will Ferrell and Matthew McConaughey were also named on the guest list.
For Wayne, the trip to Boulder will be his second already this season, as he watched the Buffaloes beat their rivals Colorado State earlier this month.
That time, he was joined in attendance by Kawhi Leonard, Offset and The Rock.
The Buffaloes are off to a rough start vs. No. 8 USC, as the Trojans lead 21-7 at the time of publishing.