Bad Bunny stars at Lakers game with Kendall Jenner

Bad Bunny stars at Lakers game with Kendall Jenner

Again, the cameras of the paparazzi and fans focused on the couple of the moment, Bad Bunny was seen with Kendall Jenner in the audience at the Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors game on Friday night.

Both were present at the NBA game, were seen together again in the front row and basically confirmed that they are in a relationship.

The pair have been spotted together on numerous occasions in Los Angeles, where the Puerto Rican now resides, and in New York. Both were present at the Met Gala in New York last week and the model was also seen in public at the Coachella festival where the Puerto Rican performed.

The rumors began months ago when it was also hinted that the Puerto Rican would no longer be dating Puerto Rican Gabriela Berlingeri.

Six months and a day after opening the regular season with a devastating 10-2 record, the Los Angeles Lakers knocked out the reigning NBA champions and advanced to the Western Conference Finals.

Although the Lakers’ transformation has become increasingly incredible in recent weeks, LeBron James and Anthony Davis have been the main driving forces. The Superstars, who won a ring together just three years ago, hugged for joy on Friday after leading their team to their biggest home win in more than a decade.

James had 30 points, nine rebounds and nine assists as the Lakers ended the Golden State Warriors’ reign by defeating them 122-101 in game six of the semifinals.

“It was great to be able to play one of our most efficient games, one of our best games in the series, and it all started with the defensive duel,” said James. “We defended at a high level and if we can do that, we can be extremely good.”

Anthony Davis scored 17 points and 20 rebounds for the Lakers, who never fell behind in a game that showed the incredible improvement this team has made since the end of the regular season.

The seventh-seeded Lakers meet Nikola Jokic and the first-seeded Nuggets in the Western finals, which begin Tuesday in Denver.

Austin Reaves scored 23 points, which he crowned with a shot from the midfield line at the buzzer to end the first half for Los Angeles, who improved 7-0 at home since overcoming the regular season with three wins in seven days the Warriors ended.

“There’s something special about winning against a team that’s so established and so good,” Reaves said. “I think the placings are just numbers. When you have guys like Bron and AD who have won championships you always feel like you have a chance, especially with the squad we have, with the talent we have.”

The Lakers also ended Golden State’s streak of 28 consecutive playoff series with at least one away win, an NBA record spanning Stephen Curry’s entire career.

James, Davis and the Lakers become the first team since 2014 to eliminate Curry’s Warriors in the playoffs before the NBA Finals. Golden State has played in six of the last eight seasons and only missed the playoffs the other two seasons.

“The best team won and I can’t blame our players for their performance,” said Golden State coach Steve Kerr. “Since these guys are so competitive, it’s going to hurt. But that’s why we play: to compete with the best and see what we’ve got. We didn’t have enough, but it wasn’t because of lack of courage or effort.”

Curry scored 32 points but missed 10 of 14 3-point attempts for the sixth-seeded Warriors, who were seeking their fifth title in nine seasons but suffering three straight away losses.