Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill announced that he will host a second annual charity basketball game benefitting The Tyreek Hill Foundation on May 15 at HyVee Arena.
CHIEFS NATION, WE ARE BACK MAY 15 at HYVEE. Our Second Annual Celebrity Basketball Game. All proceeds benefit The Tyreek Hill Foundation and our programs to impact at-risk youth. Go get your tickets before they sell out at https://t.co/v74ImHyvgW pic.twitter.com/gppR5MF4DD— Ty Hill (@cheetah) March 6, 2020
2019 Chiefs Travis Kelce and Spencer Ware, former Chief Demetrius Harris and Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes were listed among the guest athletes expected to be in attendance.
Hill quickly clarified that Mahomes would NOT be participating in the game...
Patrick is not playing btw— Ty Hill (@cheetah) March 6, 2020
...which Mahomes had a problem with?
Who isn’t?!?! https://t.co/hE2gqLB7yY— Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) March 6, 2020
Hill then dialed up Shannon Sharpe to drive his point home.
https://t.co/eEw8DorI5y pic.twitter.com/bqpyX4keLi— Ty Hill (@cheetah) March 6, 2020
Just about 13 months ago, general manager Brett Veach ruled out basketball for Pat after this video found its way to social media.
Kansas City King (via @Faiz_Jiwani) pic.twitter.com/68LiQg7fk5— Arrowhead Pride (@ArrowheadPride) February 5, 2019
At this point, with $400 million expected to be on the way, Pat ought to be ruling out basketball for Pat.
We’ll update you here at Arrowhead Pride as this critical story develops.
Hill’s foundation’s mission is “to provide positive growth for single-parent households and at-risk youth in the Kansas City community.”
Purchase tickets to the May 15 event by visiting this link.
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