Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce Is a Pretty Good Basketball Player, Too

Maybe the Cavs should call upon the Cleveland native to help them on the court.

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill hosted a charity basketball game over the weekend for his foundation, giving a glimpse at the hooping skills of some of the Chiefs' most prominent players. Running back Charcandrick West suited up. So did starting quarterback Patrick Mahomes. But it was All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce who stole the show.

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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill hosted a charity basketball game over the weekend for his foundation, giving a glimpse at the hooping skills of some of the Chiefs' most prominent players. Running back Charcandrick West suited up. So did starting quarterback Patrick Mahomes. But it was All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce who stole the show.

Kelce, who played forward both in high school and in college before transitioning to tight end full time, showed off his range from the outside and his ability to power to the hole, looking like he could legitimately step on an NBA court and immediately be productive.

The Cavs already have Kevin Love, but if he goes down with an injury, Kelce might get that call-up to help his hometown team finish off the Boston Celtics.


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