The Cleveland Cavaliers superstar spends most of his time in The Q on the court, but on Saturday he took a seat in the stands.
He went 5 for 5 from behind the arc in the second half to propel the Badgers into the Final Four.
Basketball moves fast, so perhaps it's understandable that the Wisconsin star thought he was fouled when he put his armpit in a player's face.
Player apologizes before deleting account.
Against the Heat, the Thunder guard gets his 10 triple-double, the most since Jason Kidd's 13 seven seasons ago.
The No. 1 tennis player talks friendship, Caroline Wozniacki and Jesus.
Patriots fans are freaking out over the vacation activity.
Rodgers and Munn also watched the Badgers beat the Tar Heels in the Sweet Sixteen on Thursday.
The Badgers freshman doesn't call it a "superstition," but a "routine."
The NCAA has made no indication it plans to move this year's tournament, but has said the law could affect future plans.
From Brock Lesnar's new contract to The Undertaker's 23rd appearance, there are plenty of reasons to be excited about Sunday's pay-per-view.
Huskies coach Geno Auriemma also took home his 100th win in the NCAA tournament. He's only the second coach ever to do so.
The match was allowed to go on, but was disrupted again when another Russian player was hit by a thrown object from the stands.