The people of Dallas will always be thankful for everything Tony Romo gave to them over his illustrious career.
Sure, he was a pretty good football player, but seriously, can you name one Dallas Mavericks player greater than Romo?
Let’s take a look back at Romo’s storied time as an NBA star.
Enter family man
Romo let everyone know his priorities early in his Mavericks career, bringing out his daughter Rivers to his first morning shootaround.
Some morning rain
It was pouring in Dallas on Tuesday morning as Romo’s catch-and-release was on point, embarrassing some of his teammates at the Mavericks’ shootaround.
Showing off the moves
Romo didn’t stop his display of talent in the morning.
Mavericks guard Devin Harris bit off a little more than he could chew, challenging Romo to a one-on-one contest he would surely regret during warmups.
Breaking down the huddle
You might be aware that Romo used to play a little bit of football, so the Mavs let him put those skills to work as part of their player introductions Tuesday.
The once-upon-a-time Dallas Cowboys quarterback took his familiar position, breaking down the Mavericks huddle.
Checking into the game … almost
In the dying minutes of the game, down by double digits, Captain Comeback started changing into uniform, ready to save the day.
However, to save the rest of the basketball world from humiliation, team owner Mark Cuban didn’t allow Romo to enter the game.
Sadly, Romo retired immediately after the game despite not playing a single minute, but what a career.
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