The music mogul and his 8-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, enjoyed a day out at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday.
The pair had court-side seats as they watched the Lakers face off against the Clippers for an afternoon game that ended with the Lakers beating their hometown rivals 112 to 103.
Blue -- who rocked a denim jacket, black pants and shirt with black combat boots -- took in the whole game with her megastar dad, who sported a grey sweater, and a ball cap. Her mom, Beyoncé, wasn't in attendance.
After the game, the proud dad introduced Blue to a few of the players, including JaVale McGee and Anthony Davis.
The rapper's daughter politely shook hands with her dad's famous friends on the court, after the win.
She also got a chance to meet LeBron James, and the young girl appeared to get a bit bashful while talking with the superstar, who promised to get her a signed basketball.
Despite her own superstar parents, getting to meet the NBA legend still seemed to leave Blue in awe.
LeBron, Jay-Z and Blue Ivy after the Lakers’ win 🤝 pic.twitter.com/g58Bw9xJ7U— ESPN (@espn) March 8, 2020
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