WATCH: Movie star Will Ferrell hilariously rouses up the crowd in Monday’s Pacers vs. Sixers NBA match

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It is not unusual to see Hollywood actor Will Ferrell among sport activities, as the comedian is not only an enthusiast of them, but has also invested in many teams from different disciplines. Last night’s 76ers vs. Pacers was not the exception as he was seen stirring up the audience at the Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indiana.

The star was found among the many famous faces seen sitting courtside for Monday’s NBA clash, which ended up with a Philadelphia victory after a wild 143 to 147. Even though the home team lost, one good news was to witness the Pacers in-game hype by the unofficial and hilarious host.

Ferrel got early to the arena last night, as he surprised fans from the very start. His visit to Indianapolis came days after the match as he was seen taking videos and selfies with fans his past weekend at the Walmart in Beech Groove, which is only about six miles from the Pacers’ stadium.

Check out just how hyped up was the comedian during the NBA game in the following tweet below:

Just two days ago, he was seen at Los Angeles Football Club’s first game of the MLS season (as he is the club’s co-owner) and talked about his future agenda involing the California team after their opening-day victory.

“I probably would take it around the world with me, I would show it to everyone who wanted to look at it, I’d have to explain to a lot of people what it was,” the actor said about how it feels to represent the club.

“I probably would go around the world baptizing babies in it,” Ferrell said trying to be funny. “That would be the goal, yes. Filled with holy water and a little Coors Light. Then no one would have ever done that before. I think that’s something that hasn’t been done with the Cup.”

Antonio is a life long sports enthusiast and professional journalist, who shares an obssesive urge to find and dig up the most interesting facts to guide gamblers towards more exciting, yet safe bets. In his own words, ''you can never really know enough about the things you love''.

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