Michael B. Jordan Has a Guys' Night at NBA Game Following Breakup From Lori Harvey
By Tionah Lee
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Michael B. Jordan had a guys’ night out following his split from Lori Harvey. On Sunday, the Creed star was spotted sitting courtside during game two of the NBA finals -- at the Chase Center San Francisco, California -- as the Boston Celtics took on the Golden State Warriors.
Jordan kept it chill as he watched the game alongside friend and rapper Cordae. The 35-year-old actor cracked a slight smile as he was captured by the venue’s camera.
An eyewitness tells ET, "Michael B. Jordan made his first public appearance post-breakup at game two of the NBA championship series. He looked a little sad and unenthusiastic. He didn't mingle or take photos. Instead, he spent the night chilling with Cordae -- it was guys' night. He spoke with Bob Myers [Warriors general manager] and said hi to G-Eazy."
In December, Jordan shared how he “finally found what love was” and why he was comfortable being so public with his relationship.
"There's a premeditated planning of staying out of the way [of the public eye] that sometimes kills spontaneity and intimacy,” he told The Hollywood Reporter. “I wanted to take that away and give this the best chance it had, in this weird world that we live in, to be somewhat normal. Long story short, I think it's just the timing of everything. It was the right time for me."