The sensational 7'4" San Antonio Spurs rookie took some time to meet the NFL icon and his 16-year-old son
Tom Brady met one of the NBA's hottest players with his teenage son in tow.
The retired NFL great, 46, brought 16-year-old son John "Jack" Edward Thomas to meet San Antonio Spurs rookie Victor Wembanyama — a 19-year-old French rising star in the NBA, who was the league's No. 1 draft pick.
In a photo of the three shared on Brady's Instagram Story on Tuesday, Wemby towers over the 6'4" quarterback by a full foot. Not far behind Brady is his teenage son, who stands between the two and has been closing in on his dad's height over the last year.
"3 on 3 who's got next?!" Brady captioned the shot.
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At the beginning of the NFL season, Brady's first not on the field, he opened up about his transition into retirement on his SiriusXM podcast Let's Go! With Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray, revealing he was coping by playing football with son Benny.
"I'm always gonna love throwing that ball," Brady began. "My son is gonna play football this year, Benny, so I've been throwing the ball to him in the backyard."
"And he wants to be a tight end like Gronk [Rob Gronkowski], and he's gonna be a little beast. He's an amazing kid and he's got a lot of talents. He's a really talented musician and artist."
"And then he told me this year, 'Dad, I'm playing football.' And I was like, 'What do you wanna play?' And he was like, 'Tight end. I wanna be like Gronk!'" the former NFL player said.
"So I actually texted Gronk and I'm like, 'Yo, my boy wants to be like you!' And he loved it," Brady added.
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