Ivanka Trump and her son watch the Celtics beat the Heat as newly-crowned PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka continues his sports tour and is among the stars in Miami
It was a star-studded night in Miami as the Heat faced the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the NBA Conference Finals series. Familiar faces turned out to watch Jimmy Butler take on Jayson Tatum for the fourth time this postseason. Ivanka Trump – daughter of the legally embroiled and 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump – sat courtside at Kaseya Center in South Florida on Tuesday night along with one of her two sons.
The former senior advisor to the Trump administration sported a denim jacket and an all-white skirt, accompanied with white lace-up high heels. She accompanied her fit by wearing a watch with an orange strap. Ivanka’s son matched his mother’s attire by also sporting denim and white. Most of the Heat faithful have been wearing all white attires due to the team’s postseason motto being ‘White Hot.’
Just a few seats along, PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka, wearing a white Nike hoodie and baseball cap, watched the action unfold. Following his Oak Hill win on Sunday , the 33-year-old’s been representing Florida sports teams whenever he gets a chance to do so. The golfer attended the Florida Panthers’ Game 3 on Monday, barely looking awake as fans questioned whether he had slept after his PGA major championship win, 24 hours earlier.
Brooks was joined in the crowd by actor Jeremy Piven, who’s best known for his role as Ari Gold in the comedy series Enthourage. Hailing from Manhattan, Piven didn’t rock the all-white look, as it was unclear if he was rooting for the Heat or the Celtics. The New Yorker could’ve also chosen to remain neutral in the series matchup.
New York Yankees legendary shortstop Derek Jeter was also spotted in attendance, wearing a simple white button-down shirt. The 48-year-old, who used to be CEO and part owner of the MLB’s Miami Marlins, lives in South Florida with his wife, Hannah, and their four children. Derek recently welcomed his first son, earlier in May. The Jeters are believed to be soon moving into the affluent area of Coral Gables – a suburb of Miami – after buying a piece of property for $16.6million, per Realtor.com. The Baseball Hall of Famer reportedly purchased a 2-acre waterfront lot that offers unparalleled views from the largest shoreline piece of land in guard-gated Gables estates. His newest property will reportedly have a seawall and docks that can handle two mega yachts. Architectural plans will see the Yankees legend live in a 20,000-square-foot custom home.
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