Bill Clinton sits courtside at Bucks game

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Bill Clinton became the second president to sit courtside at an NBA game in the past week when he took in a Bucks versus Nets game last night at The Barclays Center.

Current POTUS Barack Obama attended the Bulls’ season-opener against the Cavaliers on Oct. 27.

Hillary Clinton, a Chicago native, is also a Bulls fan, but Bill said he roots for the Nets.

He also admitted, though, that his friendship with Bucks owner Marc Lasry has caused him to pull for the Bucks as well.

This wasn’t the first NBA game Clinton attended this year. The former president was at the All-Star game in New York back in February.

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