Phoenix Suns fight fan to get tickets, autographed Devin Booker jersey

Justin Westrich saw it, too.

A Suns fan who resides in Phoenix and works as a technology sales executive, Westrich was inside Ball Arena in Denver for Friday’s Game 3 and saw the fracas that’s made Nick McKellar famous and got the attention of Devin Booker.

“I was in the section over but could see everything happen in real-time,” Westrich said. “The game was out of hand and it was awesome to see the players stop what they were doing in the timeout, notice the commotion in the stands and start watching the fight.”

Westrich said Booker was one of those players.

So he’s happy McKellar will receive tickets to a game in the Western Conference finals and an autographed Booker jersey after Booker tweeted for his “info” a day after the Suns completed their sweep of the Nuggets with Sunday’s Game 4 road victory.

“I think it’s awesome Book made the effort to track him down and reward him,” Westrich said.

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Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker, left, passes the ball as Denver Nuggets forward Aaron Gordon defends during the first half of Game 3 of an NBA second-round playoff series Friday, June 11, 2021, in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Booker’s CAA representatives confirmed to The Republic they tracked down McKellar through social media as he has an Instagram account (Sun.in.4) and that the longtime Suns fan is “very excited” about the signed jersey and tickets.

Living in Denver, McKellar drew national attention after his altercation in Game 3 in which he and a Nuggets fan exchanged blows.