AceShowbiz - Carmelo Anthony and La La Anthony may really back on good terms amid rumors of their rocky marriage. The pair fueled speculations that they might be back together by putting united front at son Kiyan's recent basketball game.
Carmelo and the "Power" actress were seen cheering for their 12-year-old son as he competed at the USBA National Tournament. He was competing for the 6th-grade championship. In a clip that circulated online, both La La and Carmelo made a big reaction when their son hit two straight and-one three-pointers late in the game.
La La, who looked casual at the event, was seen jumping and ran onto the court to give her son a big hug. Carmelo, who opted for a yellow shirt and a pair of navy shorts, also looked equally immersed at the game. Unfortunately, Kiyan's team was defeated by the opponent team just a couple of points.
This outing arrives after the pair were spotted going on a dinner date at Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills last week. In some photos, both of them were sporting casual looks with the actress opting for a black sweatshirt and a white hat. Meanwhile, the athlete rocked a white T-shirt, neon yellow-and-gray gym shorts and a colorful floral print baseball cap that he wore backwards.
They didn't show any PDAs during the date, but the basketball star was seen holding the car door for La La at one point.
La La and Carmelo allegedly split after he was spotted on a yacht with model Sara Smiri in France. The athlete initially denied the rumors, insisting that the woman who was seen with him is already married. However, Sara is in fact a single woman.
Earlier this month, a rep for the "Power" actress confirmed in a statement that the couple had been living apart for quite some time and that she was involved in "legal discussion" regarding future of their marriage. "As La La and Carmelo have been living apart for quite some time, La La is proceeding with legal discussions as the next step in the relationship," so the statement read. "They will remain loving and committed parents to their son."