Amy Schumer Goes to NBA Game With Star-Studded Comedian Crew: 'Kids Who Told Jokes 'Til They Got Courtside'

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Could Amy Schumer be good luck?
The comedian showed up courtside to a New York Knicks game on Tuesday, bringing with her a slew of funny friends.
"Kids who told jokes till they got courtside," Schumer, 35, wrote from her front-row seats at Madison Square Garden, also tagging fellow basketball fans Chris Rock, Leslie Jones, Michael Che, Sam Morril and Colin Jost.

The New York team wound up beating the Indiana Pacers, dominating with a final score of 118-111. The Trainwreck star also shared lots of laughs with Rock, 51, posting an up-close-and-personal selfie of the two.
"Said go New York!" Schumer hilariously captioned the snap, representing the team in a heather gray "New York" sweatshirt.

Following the big win, the actress shared another selfie with gal pal and Hollywood publicist Carrie Byalick, saying, "This bish @carriebyalick @thegarden Knicks win!"

When she's not sitting courtside, the actress is hard at work on her upcoming Mother's Day film, Snatched, co-starring Goldie Hawn, who plays Schumer's mother.
Snatched marks Hawn's return to the big screen after 14 years and hits theaters on May 12, 2017.