Liev Schreiber and his sons, Kai and Sasha, looked to be having the time of their life as they took in some NBA fun Sunday

By Jen Juneau
December 04, 2017 01:15 PM
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Liev Schreiber is scoring some serious dad points.

The actor enjoyed an NBA game on Sunday with his sons Samuel Kai, 9 this month, and Alexander “Sasha” Pete, 10, watching the New York Knicks square off against the Orlando Magic at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Even though the home team didn’t take home the victory (the final score was 105 to 100 in the Magic’s favor), the father-son trio seemed to be having the time of their life, all smiles while sitting courtside.

One attendee who may have been ready to hit the hay by the time the final buzzer sounded? Kai, who lounged sleepily across his dad’s lap as brother Sasha looked equally enthralled in both the game and his bag of popcorn.

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Schreiber’s love for his boys is evident in his own words and on his Instagram account, where the 50-year-old regularly shares snaps of his time with Kai and Sasha.

In October, the proud dad took a camping trip with the duo, sharing a snap of Kai posing in front of their tents and another of Sasha and a friend “building a shelter.”

And of course, no one will be forgetting how adorable Kai looked coordinating with his dad at the 2017 Emmy Awards in September, sporting a pint-sized Isaia tuxedo and matching J. Crew shoes.

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Sasha and Kai are the Ray Donovan star’s only children with English actress Naomi Watts, whom he split from in September 2016 after over a decade together.

Over the past year, the amicable exes have been spotted reuniting multiple times both for work and in celebrating milestones for their children — like Sasha’s 10th birthday this past summer.

“There are good days and bad days and Liev and I are on great terms and we’re trying to do our absolute best for the sake of the children and we hope to keep moving forward in that way,” Watts, 49, told Vogue Australia in May.