The sports world linked to help raise money to give back to the community. Draya, Orlando Scandrick, Chris Paul and more showed up on the scene. Peep the red carpet flicks, plus shots of Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys getting kissy inside…
Ballers give back!
Sports Spectacular hosted its 32nd Annual Cedars-Sinai event at the W Los Angeles Westwood last night. And it brought out several YBF celebs itching to help give back as they raise fund for medical research.
The organization offers donations to groundbreaking research of the Medical Genetics Institute, as well as the world-class doctors in their fellowship program and the new Sports Spectacular Diabetes & Obesity Wellness & Research Center.
Former reality star Draya rolled up on the scene with her fiancé/Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick to enjoy a night of philanthropy and fun.
WERK! The Mint Swim honcho and mom flaunted her curves in a navy SUKEINA chandelier baguette dress and killed it.
Her soon-to-be hubby cleaned up quite nicely as well.
No surprise here. Los Angeles Clippers player Chris Paul is always giving back, so we expected to see that him in the charity mix.
Chris wasn’t the only Clippers player in the mix. His teammates Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, and head coach Doc Rivers came out to show support:
Come through purple passion!
The Clippers will kick off round 1 of the NBA playoffs tomorrow night when they go head-to-head against the Dallas Mavericks.
The Biggest Loser" trainer Dolvett Quince struck a pose on the red carpet before heading inside.
Celebrities mixed and mingled before pulling out their wallets for items that were up for sale during an auction.
Clippers player Brice Johnson was in the mix.
Baron Davis, who now plays for the D-League, came out to help raise funds for medical research.
Looks like Olympic track and field star Kristi Castlin shared some funny words while speaking.
Former reality star Laura Govan is still out in these streets, despite rumors that a judge issued a bench warrant against her for not showing up in court to pay her children's father Gilbert Arenas.
Snoop's handsome son Cordell Broadus, who quit the UCLA football team to pursue a career in film, was also there.
At an event on the east coast...
Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys, both decked out in all black ensembles, got all mushy before they were honored at the 2017 Brooklyn Artist Ball last night.
It was a special night for them as they were honored TOGETHER for the first time.
Alicia captioned, “Thank you @brooklynmuseum for a magical night. The first time my heart [emoji] and I were honored together. Cheers to the artist in us all painting and creating the world. Challenging and breaking through, questioning and expressing! Our best work is ahead of us!! Shine!”
The musical couple was recognized for their “groundbreaking creativity, support of art in all its forms and their dedication to making our world a better and more beautiful place.”
Hmm...not our fave Alicia look.
Fab Five Freddy and writer Janet Mock were also at the event to show love: