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If you’ve been paying attention to the first couple rounds of the NBA playoffs, you might have noticed that pop singer Rihanna has attended numerous games.
Last night, RiRi was at the Staples Center to take in game three between the Thunder and Clippers and did a pretty nice thing for Clippers guard Willie Green.
Check out the below photo that Willie tweeted out of Rihanna posing with Green’s two sons:
Thx @rihanna for taking a pic with my sons last night at the Clippers game. pic.twitter.com/0SL5xlSOMD
— Willie Green (@DetroitWillie34) May 11, 2014
Keep doin’ what you do, Rihanna!
Rihanna image courtesy of Getty Images
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