Novak Djokovic attends NBA game as he meets Stephen Curry and Milos Teodosic

by Ajit Singh Khanna | Posted on Tuesday, October 31st, 2017 | 0

Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic took some time off his schedule to attend a National Basketball Association (NBA) game on Monday night.

The former world No. 1 and 12-time Grand Slam graced his presence at the Staples Centre in California, where Golden State Warriors clinched a 141-113 win over Los Angeles Clippers.

Djokovic later posed with Warriors star Stephen Curry, who had a memorable night, scoring 31 points for his side. He later took to his official Instagram account to share the experience with his 3.5 million followers.

“Great show and fun game. Clippers and Warriors doing their [email protected] and @kevindurant make this sport look easy,” he wrote.

The 30-year-old also posed for a photograph along with his fellow Serb and injured Lakers star Milos Teodosic.

Djokovic, who has been away from tennis since pulling out of Wimbledon this year due to elbow injury, is set to make his return at Mubadala exhibition in last week of December.

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Steph Curry scored 31 points as Golden State Warrior beat LA Clippers 141-113 Kevin Durant made 19 points to extend unbeaten run over Clippers to 11 Curry also made 11 three-point attempts, and added six assists and five rebounds Novak Djokovic was in attendance at the Staples Center and met




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