Not to take away from the fantastic action on the court, but sometimes when there's a break in the game play, it's fun to check out the stars who line "celebrity row." This courtside spectacle draws the famous and connected from all walks of life -- singers, models, actors and even a political figure or two, as the case may be.

Here's a quick look at a few of the varied stars who've been coming out to watch their favorite NBA stars perform during The Finals -- and even perform themselves. Plus, check out a few more celeb sightings from the 2005 NBA Playoffs.

Game 7: Country music artists Brooks & Dunn perform the National Anthem before Game 7.
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Game 7: Eva Longoria in attendance to root for the Spurs in the decisive Game 7.
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Game 6: Recording artist Frankie J. performed at halftime of Game 6.
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Game 6: Baby Bash performed with Frankie J. at halftime of Game 6.
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Game 5: Kid Rock performed "America the Beautiful" before Game 5 on Sunday.
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Game 5: Born in Flint, Mich., film-maker Michael Moore attended Game 5.
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Game 4: American Idol's Carrie Underwood performed the anthem at Game 4 in Detroit on Thursday.
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Game 4: Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star LeBron James made the trip to Detroit for Game 4.
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Game 3: Kid Rock took in all the action at Game 3 in Detroit on Tuesday.

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Game 3: Stevie Wonder entertained the crowd before the start of Game 3 and then returned to the court to perform the national anthem.




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Game 2: Eva Longoria, one of the stars of ABC's "Desperate Housewives," attended Sunday's Game 2 in San Antonio.

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Game 2: Kelly Clarkson sang the anthem via satellite from the Persian Gulf where she is currently taking part in a USO tour with NBA Legends to pay tribute to the men and women of the U.S. and coalition armed forces.
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Game 1: Tommy Lee Jones took in the action at Game 1 in San Antonio on June 9.

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Game 1: Alanis Morisette sang the anthem, and Will Smith and Bryan Adams performed.
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