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Adam Sandler spends quality time with daughter Sunny as they cheer Lakers on to victory.

When the Lakers visit Arena in Downtown Los Angeles, there is never a shortage of star power.

And on Friday, Adam Sandler, 56, was among those who got to watch LeBron James’ high-flying maneuvers up close from his courtside seat, with Sunny, his younger daughter.

The father and daughter saw the Lakers overpower the Atlanta Hawks on their way to their first four-game winning run in less than a year.

The Lakers entered the game on a three-game winning run and a 17-21 overall record.

The comedian wore his usual casual wardrobe of tan Khaki trousers, a Hawaiian-style button-down shirt, and orange sneakers.

He still has a thick beard and mustache, while she has her dark brown hair cut reasonably short.

Sunny dressed casually in a black hoodie, dark blue pants, and white shoes while sitting to her father’s left.

Sunny looked to be getting a basketball lesson from her dad at times, who articulated what was going on with particular plays and circumstances.

Sandler has frequently been spotted at Laker games with his wife Jackie Titone and their two daughters, including elder daughter Sadie, 16.

Other celebs seen at the game on Friday were Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis, 60, and his closest buddy and bassist Flea (born Michael Peter Balzary), 60, who stood out with his blue hair.

2 Chainz (born Tauheed K. Epps), 45, stood out in a yellow and green attire with his lengthy dreads wrapped over the top of his head.

The Dream (born Terius Youngdell Nash), 45, sought to blend in by donning a white baseball cap and sunglasses from his courtside perch.

Scottie Pippen, 57, was in attendance to witness his son Scotty Pippen Jr., who is a rookie with the Lakers.

The Lakers took a 21-point advantage into halftime thanks to a dominant second session in which they outscored the Hawks by 12 points.

While Atlanta attempted a second-half rally, trimming the Los Angeles advantage to five points in the third session, Los Angeles went on to win easily, 130-114.

LeBron James, 38, led the Lakers with 25 points, 10 assists, and seven rebounds, while Kendrick Nunn scored 23 points off the bench and Dennis Schroder contributed 21 points.

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