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Kelce brothers celebrate Cleveland Cavaliers’ dramatic win over Boston Celtics

Jason and Travis Kelce were honoured by Cleveland Cavaliers during Tuesday’s game

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (right) and former NFL legend Jason Kelce attend Cleveland Cavaliers game against Boston Celtics at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, in Cleveland, Ohio, US on March 5, 2024. — AFP
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (right) and former NFL legend Jason Kelce attend Cleveland Cavaliers game against Boston Celtics at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, in Cleveland, Ohio, US on March 5, 2024. — AFP

Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce and his brother and former National Football League (NFL) legend Jason couldn’t stay in their seats during the Cleveland Cavaliers’ dramatic 105-104 victory over the Boston Celtics on Tuesday.

The Cavaliers on Tuesday night made an explosive comeback as they blew away the Celtics with a magnificent 22-point fourth-quarter and snapped their opponent’s 11-game winning streak.

Cleveland pulled off an impressive win despite key starters Donovan Mitchell and Max Strus sidelined due to injuries.

The popular NFL brothers were honoured at Tuesday’s game by the Cleveland Cavaliers to celebrate Jason’s retirement from the league after 13 seasons, which he had announced in a tearful press conference a day earlier.

Before the game began, the duo received a standing ovation.

The Cavaliers gifted Jason a framed No. 62 Jersey and paid tribute to the brothers by passing out limited-edition “Kelce Brothers” bobbleheads to the audience.

“Congrats on an incredible career to Celevalnd Heights legend, Jason Kelce!” the Cavaliers captioned a video they shared on their official Instagram, adding the hashtag, “Let Em Know.”

In another post, the Cavaliers shared photos from the game, with the caption, “CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, REPRESENTTTTT.”

The Kelces, sporting custom Cavaliers jerseys with their last name and respective NFL numbers, congratulated Cleveland’s Dean Wade after he finished the night with 23 points and eight rebounds, knocking down five three-pointers in the fourth quarter.


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