The Kardashian sisters were twinning, wearing leather leggings and proudly wearing Thompson’s gold #13 jerseys. Even Penelope donned Cavaliers colors in a yellow shirt. Momager Kris wore a bedazzled black and white sweater with black pants.
Khloé, 32, has been linked to Thompson, 26, since September, when they were spotted out celebrating Labor Day weekend together in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
During the first quarter, NBA commentator Jeff Van Gundy slammed people who blamed Kardashian for Thompson’s poor performances in games 1-3.
“The debate about why Tristan Thompson has not played well, and he hasn’t played well, but the debate about whether his significant other, Khloé Kardashian — and the Kardashian curse — is the reason, to me that’s downright low rent,” Van Gundy said.
“No, this Kardashian shaming is because she’s an easy target. I don’t know her or her family but I do know this: she deserves an apology from anybody who participated in that type of debate,” he continued.
There certainly was no curse on Friday night, as Tristan and the Cavs won with ease, 137-116.
Originally from Canada, Thompson was drafted by the Cavaliers in 2011 and helped the team win its first NBA Championship last season. He also played for the Canadian national team this summer, although they didn’t qualify for the Olympics.
In April, Khloé gushed to ES Magazine that she had “never been in this type of love” and “would love to have a family” with Thompson.