The goat came out to ball tonight. What can he not do?! @PatrickMahomes5 🐐@espn @BleacherReport @YahooSports @SportsCenter pic.twitter.com/JOmL8NwFz6— Faiz Jiwani (@Faiz_Jiwani) February 5, 2019However, NFL players have done less in the offseason and sustained serious injuries, something Veach was quick to address with Mahomes’ agent.”The (Chiefs) Kingdom can be assured: No more basketball for Pat … We were able to nip that in the bud,” Veach said on Kansas City radio station 810 WHB Thursday. Related News After a video of Patrick Mahomes playing basketball went viral, Chiefs fans were awed — and concerned — that he was playing a little competitively.The video, which also caught the attention of Chiefs general manager Brett Veach, shows Mahomes aggressively going for the basket — spin moves and all. NFL Honors 2019: Full list of every award winner — Patrick Mahomes wins MVP, Offensive Player of the Year Veach said Mahomes is a natural competitor, which is why he can’t take it easy on the field or court.”With Pat, everything he does is so competitive. … He actually was in the office yesterday and we were joking about it. He was just shooting around and all of a sudden it turns into a spin move and juking guys out. He doesn’t have that filter in his mind to just have fun and not take everything so competitively,” Veach said.Despite falling short in the AFC title game in January, Mahomes had a great season. He won the NFL’s 2018 Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year awards in his first season as a starter and is the second player in NFL history to throw 50 touchdown passes and for more than 5,000 yards in the same year. Mahomes is so good at basketball that he was a star player on his high school team, as well as a prolific football and baseball player.
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