Tom Brady shows off his basketball skills and calls on NBA playoff teams to consider him

Although known throughout his professional career as a football player, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady also knows many other sports, such as baseball, golf and even basketball. Brady played catcher for Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo, Calif. and was even drafted by the Montreal Expos in the 18th round of the 1995 MLB Draft, but he went to Michigan and played football in place. When it comes to basketball, Brady had the chance to play with Michael Jordan in a pickup game in the Bahamas. Brady has also had the chance to play with and against some of the biggest names in golf, including Tiger Woods.

Brady, 44, showed off his basketball skills recently when he played one-on-one against his eldest son Jack. Brady has shared two videos where he will do a left-handed lay-up and do a fadeaway jumper against his son Jack. He accompanied one of the videos with the caption “Playoff Time. Anyone need a little 3 and D? @NBA”. He also commented “Dad is still winning so far. However, I don’t like my chances next year.”

Brady’s wife, model Gisele Bundchen, was among those who noticed the video, commenting “Awwww love my boys” with two heart-shaped emojis. Devin McCourty, Brady’s former teammate with the New England Patriots, believes the quarterback has a shot in the NBA, saying “Love it!!!!

You will stand a chance as long as this sweater works lol. According to photos and videos, Brady clearly enjoyed his time with Jack, who primarily spends his time in New York with his mother, actress Bridget Moynahan. The actress recently congratulated Brady on his decision to return for his 23rd season in the NFL after being retired for 41 days.

Brady announced his retirement days after the Buccaneers lost to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Divisional Round. But Brady kept fans guessing when he said he would never say ever about a possible comeback.

Wirfs says Brady return makes Bucs suitors

There was a lot of uncertainty for the Buccaneers following Brady’s decision to retire after their bitter loss to the Rams, particularly regarding their quarterback status.

But that all changed when Brady announced his return to the Buccaneers, according to the right tackle Christian Wirfs. At a press conference, Wirfs said he’s happy Brady is still with the team, which opens another window of opportunity for them to win a second Super Bowl title in three years, according to Pro Football. Talk. “With him at the helm, everyone is always excited,” said Wirfs, adding that it’s cool to protect Brady for one more season. Wirfs added that he had to delete his Instagram post thanking Brady after the latter retired. “I have to go delete my Instagram post — I did a big thank you and all, so I’m going to have to reschedule that,” he said.