Nothing like spending New Year's Eve and Day with your boo.
From Russell Wilson and Ciara to Tristan Thompson and Khloe Kardashian and Stephen Curry and Ayesha, our favorite baller couples ushered in 2017 in style!
Here are how those couples and more athletes and their wives and girlfriends rang in the New Year.
Some crushed grapes to ring in the New Year for the back-to-back NBA MVP Stephen Curry and wife Ayesha? Hey, why not?
Russell Wilson and Ciara ushered in 2017 by spending quality family time with baby Future. Their budding family will grow to four later this year when CiCi gives birth. Touchdown!
No signs of Tristan Thompson and Khloe Kardashian slowing down in 2017. The Cleveland Cavaliers center rang in the New Year, going hard in the paint, smooching Khloe for the world to see.
Nothing like laying up in Miami when you're Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union. Although D. Wade plays for his hometown Chicago Bulls, you already know that he has the key to the 305 from his glory days with the Heat.
Hauling in a supermodel like Chanel Iman for New Year's? Yeah, we'd call that a touchdown for New York Giants wide receiver Sterling Shepard.
Derek Fisher and Gloria Govan are choosing happiness first, adorably ringing in the New Year in Winnie the Pooh-themed pajamas ... even if it makes Glo's ex and Fish's former teammate Matt Barnes want to chew the wood off the table.
After winning the World Series last fall, Chicago Cubs center fielder Dexter Fowler, wife Darya, and their precious family have a lot to be thankful for entering 2017. Spending quality family time while the ball dropped sounds like a home run to us.
The Toronto Raptors' All-Star point guard and his wife are already putting out the positive vibes for a fantastic 2017. We feel 'em.
Last year was a slam dunk for WNBA baddie Skylar Diggins and her boo, Daniel Smith, as they got engaged. This year should be that much more sweeter for the ballerific couple.
(Photos from left: Earl Gibson/BET/Getty Images for BET, Tristan Thompson via Instagram, Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Rolling Stone)