The onetime Brooklyn Nets owner offers a relaxed and casual New York style courtside. The small-stakes owner of the Nets' home venue, the Barclays Center, was known for rocking logo embellished baseball caps, flashy jewlery and Timbs in his early days of A-list spectating. Over the years, his fashion sense has become more refined while stile remaining straight to the point. Attending the 64th NBA All-Star Game at Madison Square Garden in New York in 2015, the "Holy Grail" MC sported a black TRAPSTAR sweater while sitting next to his wife (whom you'll find higher on this list).
6. Lil Wayne
Lil Wayne usually brings a skaterboader style to some of the NBA's biggest match-ups. In this particular look from a Miami Heat and Atlanta Hawks showdown in 2012, the "No Frauds" guest rocked an OFWGTKA Earl Hoodie, a KISS fitted cap, giraffe print shorts and creme high-top kicks. It's not a departure from the rapper's affinity for baggy print shorts, trucker hats and eccentrically colored sneakers -- the essentials of his fashion label Trukfit.
5. Kanye West (with assistance from Kim Kardashian West)
The Yeezy Season designer brings a sleek, sporty fashion to the NBA's front row. Kanye has a rich history of watching professional basketball, but his courtside fashion (and smiling) game stepped up once his wife Kim Kardashian West -- who has strutted in some pricey choices herself -- joined him. While attending a season opener between the Houston Rockets and the Los Angeles Lakers in 2014, West wore an oversize gray sweater and cut-up jeans, finished with a pair of chelsea boots and a gold chain necklace. The look in many ways channeled Yeezus' rap persona, while also giving a precursor to what the public could expect once the Yeezy Season clothing line officially debuted in 2015.
4. Sean "Diddy" Combs
The sky is truly the limit for Diddy when it comes to his courtside style. Just for emphasis, the mogul has cheered on some of the best players while wearing floor-length fur coats. In this throwback picture from a playoff game in 2003 between the Boston Celtics and the then-New Jersey Nets, the rapper decked himself out in his label Sean John -- this particular look of cool gray and pristine white reminiscent of a certain era of fashion.
3. Beyoncé Knowles
Beyoncé has contributed much to the conversation of NBA courtside fashion. Her looks have mostly been sophisticated choices for date night -- and now family night -- with Jay Z. This NBA season, the "Shining" chanteuse has made a splash wearing a 22K Gucci kimono (as seen in this look from the 66th NBA All-Star Game) and bringing an oversize purse from the same fashion house to another match-up.
Since becoming the celebrity ambassador for the Toronto Raptors in 2013, the More Life rapper has snuck his OVO fashion line in front of the cameras whenever he gets a chance. As seen here, the rapper wears a track suit fronted by the signature owl logo while rooting for his team to win against the Lakers back in 2015. Since his integration of annual Drake Nights, the rapper's love for sweaters has become a Twitter meme favorite.
Rihanna by far is the queen of courtside fashion -- in fact, her attendance can be more entertaining than the game itself. For instance, her most memorable courtside behavior was displayed in the first game of this year's NBA Finals between the Cavs and the Warriors. Sometimes this "fashion killa" shows up in casual streetwear of denim, flannel and 6-inch stilettos; this time around, she opted for more high-fashion, with a Matthew Adams Dolan black denim jacket, skinny Citizens of Humanity jeans and Balenciaga’s knife booties.