Aaron Rodgers is heading to the Super Bowl with the Green Bay Packers and Ryan Braun is weeks away from Spring Training with the Brewers, but they both played sports fan on Saturday night as they took in the Bucks-Nets game together at the Bradley Center.
Enjoying courtside seats for the Bucks' 91-81 victory over the Nets, Rodgers and Braun received a standing ovation after halftime and again when appearing on the scoreboard during the second half.
Braun is in back in town for the "Brewers On Deck" event Sunday at the Frontier Airlines Center. Rodgers, obviously, will lead the Packers next Sunday in Dallas in Super Bowl XLV against Pittsburgh.
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