Tyreke Evans, DeMarcus Cousins, Snoop Dogg, Adam Levine at The Palms
July 13, 2010 by VegasNews.com
Professional NBA players for Sacramento Kings Tyreke Evans and DeMarcus Cousins dined at N9NE Steakhouse inside Palms Casino Resort Sunday night (Pictured above: Snoop Dogg - Photo credit: Shane O’Neal/9 Group). Accompanied by two others, Evans enjoyed the 12-ounce filet with mashed potatoes and a side of Alaskan king crab legs. Cousins had the 8-ounce filet with mac and cheese and a side of Alaskan king crab legs.
At Rain Nightclub, rapper Snoop Dogg (real name Cordozar Broadus) treated the crowd to an exclusive performance as www.PokerStars.net, the world’s largest poker room with over 24 million members worldwide, hosted a private event.
Upstairs at ghostbar, retired NBA player and currently the assistant coach for Phoenix Suns, Dan Majerle partied at a VIP table with three friends.
Earlier that afternoon, Majerle soaked in some of the desert heat at Palms Pool & Bungalows. He hung out in a cabana with eight friends.
Guitarist and frontman for pop band Maroon 5, Adam Levine dined at N9NE Steakhouse Saturday night. Accompanied by an entourage of seven, the table shared rock shrimp and shellfish platter to start. For his main entree, Levine enjoyed the 24-ounce rib eye with sides of creamed corn, mac and cheese and green beans.
Photo credit: Shane O’Neal/9 Group.
Also at N9NE Steakhouse was MMA fighter Stephan Bonnar with six others, including owner of Huntington, Inc., John Huntington. Bonnar had the chicken rigatoni and mac and cheese.
Upstairs at Moon Nightclub, rap group Three 6 Mafia enjoyed the scene from a VIP table with eight others.
Also at Moon was R&B band Boyz II Men with ten friends. They were seen dancing and interacting with fans.
At Playboy Club, musician Vince Neil sat at a table with his wife.
Earlier that afternoon, owner of NBA team Dallas Mavericks Mark Cuban hung out poolside in a cabana at Palms Pool & Bungalows with a party of five.
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