Drake and Floyd Mayweather enjoy UConn NCAA Championship win

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This season's March Madness NCAA tournament has certainly been insane, and it seems the craziness transcends basketball and touches people in other entertainment fields. 

Rapper Drake is a well known b-ball fan, as shown by the endless photos of him attending games during the tournament. And he was pictured again Monday night hanging out with UConn personnel. 

Even though the superstar legend is a said to be a Kentucky fan, it's understood that he was enjoying himself with UConn at the Championship Game, with this photo providing the living proof. 

Not to be outdone, boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. had an enjoyable NCAA Championship Game experience, but this was for other reasons. 

That's right, the powerful hitman went betting again, although this time it wasn't as crazy as some of his most infamous dealings.

Mayweather is alleged to have spent millions on the Denver Broncos to win Super Bowl XLVIII, reports that have never been confirmed.

However, on this occasion it was just thousand of dollars. Still huge money for us, but peanuts for the boxer.

"I bet on the underdogs @uconnhuskies twice within the last three days. $75,636," Mayweather tweeted Tuesday morning.  

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