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Kendall Jenner Reveals How Supportive She Is Of Devin Booker: "I Watch Every Game... All My Friends And Family Know That I Like To Sit With My Phone Wherever I Am."

Kendall Jenner Reveals How Supportive She Is Of Devin Booker: "I Watch Every Game... All My Friends And Family Know That I Like To Sit With My Phone Wherever I Am."

Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker have been together for around two years now and things can't be better for them. The supermodel keeps doing her thing, inspiring women all around the world, excelling at her job, and becoming one of the wealthiest women on earth. 

On the other hand, Devin Booker keeps showing his quality on the court, helping the Phoenix Suns secure the league-best record this season, becoming an MVP candidate at the end of the campaign. Now, the shooting guard is trying to win the championship that he lost last season against the Milwaukee Bucks in the Finals. 

Book has a lot of people that love him in his life and Kendall is obviously one of them. The Kardashian clan member opened up about her relationship with Booker earlier this month, revealing that she's very supportive of Book and tries to watch as many games as she can. 

During an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Jenner had this to say about her support for Booker (via Alyssa Bailey of ELLE): 

“Of course [I do]. I watch every game unless I have—last night I had a dinner but all my friends and family know that I like sit with my phone wherever I am,” she explained. “Yeah, [I became a sports nut because of this]. I’ve always been a fan of basketball since basically with Khloé [Kardashian. Kendall’s older sister], I remember we used to go to all the Lakers games when I was really young so I’ve been a huge fan of the NBA for a really long time.”

Things are going really great for Booker and Jenner. They've tried to keep things private, and even though they've been spotted together many times, we're yet to know many details about their relationship. They look stronger than ever and everybody around them is happy that things are going great. Book returned from injury this week when the Phoenix Suns closed out the New Orleans Pelicans in the first round of the playoffs. 

He'll face Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks in the second round, hoping to continue their good pace. The Suns are considered championship favorites by many people right now. As long as they have Book, that's a very likely possibility. Devin will try to give his best on the court, and Kendall will be there, supporting him along the way.