The Dallas Mavericks let former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo suit up for the team’s game on Tuesday night. Owner Mark Cuban was actually going to let him play, but, in a boring-ass move straight out of the NFL playbook, NBA commissioner Adam Silver killed that idea.
So basically all Romo did was go through warmups with the team and then sit around on the bench. Well, you know who else loves basketball?
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Mr. Midrange, himself.
Naturally, Rodgers wants in on this action.
— Sam Tastad (@samtastad) April 12, 2017
— Aaron Rodgers (@AaronRodgers12) April 12, 2017
The big difference between these two situations is winning. The Bucks are in the playoffs and the Mavericks will not be, so the latter can afford publicity stunts like this.
And, well, Romo is reportedly pretty good at basketball. Rodgers, we have no idea…