Olympic champion sprinter Usain Bolt showed his support to the Boston Celtics in their season-opening defeat to Miami Heat last night.
The Jamaican runner was sat courtside at the AmericanAirlines Arena to cheer on the away side, who succumbed to a 120-107 loss.
"I came here because I'm a Boston Celtics fan," said Bolt. "I'm a big K.G. (Kevin Garnett) fan."
Heat player LeBron James, who has a stake in Premier League outfit Liverpool, scored 26 points and 10 rebounds during the match.