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“I’ll beat you, but…”: Tom Brady challenges LeBron James to an ice hockey shootout, James’ hilarious reply leaves the internet in splits

Here's how LeBron James responded to Tom Brady's ice hockey challenge

Tom Brady and LeBron James

Tom Brady is a champion, the kind of player who multiplies the popularity of the sport many folds. Passing yards, completions, touchdown passes, or games started, the man has got numbers that seem too good to be true in almost all facets of the game. Not long ago, Tom Brady shocked the NFL world when he announced that he is retiring from the sport.

It felt like an era has ended. However, Brady shocked the world yet again when he decided to return to his favorite sport in a matter of weeks and is now all set to lead the Bucs in the coming season.

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“May be swinging from my knees though”: LeBron James’ hilarious reply to Tom Brady’s challenge wins the internet

LeBron James with Tom Brady

One has to admit that his social media team has been doing a pretty good job since the last season came to an end. We have seen him taking up interesting challenges and sharing hilarious stories lately on his Insta and Twitter accounts. Most recently, he was involved in a hilarious banter with another GOAT.

Tom Brady challenged LeBron James for an ice hockey shootout during the NBA legend’s Q & A session on Twitter. “You and me, 5 rounds, ice hockey shootout, who wins?” Tom wrote. The ever-so-competitive James replied in typical LeBron fashion with a pinch of humor.

Me but barely. May be swinging from my knees though,” he wrote. Tom again replied to James but this time instead of a cheeky comment, he had only a smiling emoji to share.

It’s just incredible to see such fantastic camaraderie between the two modern-day legends.

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