Chiefs say no more basketball for QB Patrick Mahomes

Chiefs say no more basketball for QB Patrick Mahomes




Not all people was utterly pleased to see a video of MVP Patrick Mahomes balling on a basketball courtroom docket, as a result of the Kansas City Chiefs put an end to his offseason hoops plans.

Mahomes was seen crossing over defenders and weaving by guests sooner than deploying a spin switch and making a lay-up all through a robust sequence confirmed in some footage posted Tuesday.

On Thursday, Chiefs regular supervisor Brett Veach instructed 810 WHB that the group put in a reputation to Mahomes’ agent to voice concern about their star participant.

“We did address it,” Veach instructed the Kansas City radio station. “As soon as I saw it, it probably took me two seconds to call his agent [Leigh Steinberg] and tell him that was a big no-no. So, I think ‘The Kingdom’ can rest assured that we have that under control. No more basketball for Pat.”

But not all people was purchasing for that the Chiefs’ directive in the direction of Mahomes would maintain him off of the courtroom docket. San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman chimed in on Twitter.

“Haha yea that’s gonna work,” Sherman tweeted. “If they don’t want him hooping, then put it in the contract. It’s not there so he can do as he pleases. Most players do.”

Mahomes, 23, was the No. 10 normal resolve throughout the 2017 NFL Draft. He threw for 50 touchdowns and 5,097 yards in his first full season as a starter in 2018. The Texas Tech product is under contract by 2020, with a membership risk in 2021.




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