Bernie Sanders capped Memorial Day off by heading to game 7 of the NBA Western Conference Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Oklahoma City Thunder at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.
The Vermont senator was spotted arriving at halftime with actor Danny Glover, who was present at a campaign event earlier in the day. The duo headed to their seats in section 108, row 15, behind the Thunder basket.
Several spectators chanted, "Bernie! Bernie!" while others asked to take selfies with the Democratic presidential hopeful.
Earlier in the evening, Sanders appeared at a rally wearing a Warriors hat, and asked the crowd of 11,000 if it "guaranteed [him] the California primary."
Speaking to reporters, Sanders campaign spokesperson Michael Briggs seemed to draw a thin comparison between the Warriors' remarkable comeback, after achieving one of the most thrilling wins in NBA playoff history on Saturday.
"Did you know that the Golden State Warriors were down 3-1 in what many of the experts said was a mathematical impossibility?" Briggs said with a grin. "Now, they're back, in a position where in California they could come from behind, and score a major victory."