The Nets have sold nine of the 11 suites within "The Vault," the most exclusive part of Barclays Center. Each suite owner, who pays $550,000 a year to rent the suite, gets to bring seven others to the game and oftentimes those lucky seven get to mix with celebrities at the Armand de Brignac Champagne Bar bar that serves as the hub for The Vault.
The Post took a look at what that's like at a typical Nets game. On hand were Rosie Perez, the Brooklyn native who starred in Spike Lee's "Do The Right Thing," among others and can now be seen along with other celebrities on the game introduction video. Also on hand, Darrelle Revis, the injured Jets cornerback.
Not on hand was Blue Ivy Carter, the daughter of Jay-Z and Beyonce. Despite what US Weekly is reporting about a playpen in Jay-Z's Vault suite, Nets insiders say the baby has never accompanied mom and dad to a Nets game. The story, said one official, is "bogus."
Nets fans hangs with celebs at new Barclays Center club The Vault - Kirsten Fleming - New York Post