Rapper Jack Harlow Attends Atlanta Hawks/Utah Jazz Game
SALT LAKE CITY – Rapper and songwriter Jack Harlow attended a Utah Jazz home game against Eastern Conference foe, the Atlanta Hawks.
The Jazz hosted the Hawks at Vivint Arena on Tuesday, November 9.
The Louisville, Kentucky native sat courtside for Utah’s second game of the season against Atlanta.
Harlow is a friend of Jazz star Donovan Mitchell, who played college basketball at the University of Louisville.
— Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) November 10, 2021
Harlow has watched multiple NBA games from the sidelines and Tuesday’s contest wasn’t the first time Harlow has sat courtside to watch his friend hoop.
Harlow has supported Mitchell at games in the past and even sported the Jazzman’s jersey during the Video Music Awards in 2020.
Spida and Jack Harlow dap up before the game 🤝
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) June 15, 2021
The rapper referenced Jazz legend John Stockton on one of his most popular tracks, “WHAT POPPIN.”
“What’s poppin’? Brand new whip just hopped in (just hopped in) I got options, I could pass that … like Stockton…” Harlow says in the song.
Utah’s game against Atlanta is broadcast on AT&T SportsNet, NBA League Pass, and The Zone Sports Network.
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