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THE GOOD OL' DAYS

A littler over a week ago, when we still had sports and normalcy, many music figures attended the Lakers vs. Clippers showdown at Staples Center. Check out a few pics from the event, which include Jay-Z, Bryce Vine and Dinah Jane. HITS Editor In Chief Lenny Beer (seen in all his slack-jawed glory below) somehow scored courtside tix a few seats away from Hova—he's an inspiration to nerds everywhere. 


Sire's Bryce Vine with AEG's Madison Dodson and Warner marketing gurus Chris Atlas and TJ Landig 

Manager Dan DymtrowHITCO's Dinah Jane, who performed the National Anthem and Pro Sports Music Marketing’s Frederic Traube 

Jay-Z and Blue Ivy

HITS Editor in Chief Lenny Beer looks freakishly tiny as he watches the Lakers' towering Anthony Davis chatting with Blue Ivy and Jay-Z. At home later that night, Lenny successfully "dunked" a paper towel in the wastebasket, and there were high-fives all around.

Halftime performer Bryce Vine

 

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