Travis & Jason Kelce Bobblehead Giveaway at Celtics-Cavaliers Game

    ‣ Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs tight end, and his brother Jason Kelce, recently retired center for the Philadelphia Eagles, will be honored with a bobblehead giveaway at a Cleveland Cavaliers game, highlighting their support for their hometown team and their achievements in football.

    ‣ The Kelce brothers, both Cleveland natives and alumni of Cleveland Heights High School and the University of Cincinnati, have had successful football careers, with Travis winning three Super Bowls with the Chiefs and Jason securing a Super Bowl win with the Eagles along with multiple All-Pro nods and Pro Bowl selections.

    ‣ Despite their professional achievements, the Kelce brothers continue to show support for their hometown, Cleveland, and its sports teams, exemplified by their presence at a Cavaliers game and their engagement with the local community.


Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs’ star tight end, found himself in the spotlight not just for his on-field prowess. This past NFL season, he began dating pop icon Taylor Swift. Oh, and there’s more. His brother, Jason Kelce, recently hung up his cleats. He’s known for his time as the Philadelphia Eagles’ center.

Guess what? The Kelce brothers are getting their very own bobblehead night. This unique event is set for Tuesday night. It’s happening when the Cleveland Cavaliers face off against the Boston Celtics.

Each bobblehead? A mini version of Travis and Jason. These Cleveland natives have always been Cavs fans. The bobbleheads? They’re decked out in Cavs jerseys. Travis rocks his No. 87, and Jason sports No. 62.

Now, onto the odds. The Cavaliers are sitting at the 10th-best odds to clinch the championship, according to several NBA betting sites. But, the Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks, and New York Knicks are the ones to watch in the East.

Here’s a tweet from the Cavaliers: “Come celebrate Cleveland Heights legends @JasonKelce + @tkelce at their Bobblehead Night tomorrow! Standing room only tickets are now available.” They’re clearly pumped for this.

A Cavs spokesperson hinted that we might see at least one Kelce brother at Tuesday’s game. The Super Bowl champs have never shied away from supporting Cleveland sports.

Let’s dive into their backstory. Travis and Jason Kelce are products of Cleveland Heights High School. Travis was a triple-threat, playing football, basketball, and baseball. Jason? He tackled football head-on as a running back and linebacker, earning All-Lake Erie League honors twice.

Both brothers took their talents to the University of Cincinnati. Travis, as quarterback, racked up 2,539 yards of total offense in his senior year. He was a force, rushing for 1,016 yards and scoring 10 touchdowns. Plus, he had a knack for passing, throwing for 1,523 yards and 21 touchdowns in 2007.

Travis chose Cincinnati over other offers, joining Jason, who was already making a name for himself as the starting left guard. Jason’s journey led him to the Philadelphia Eagles, where he won Super Bowl LII.

Jason retired with an impressive resume: six first-team All-Pro nods and seven Pro Bowl selections. Travis, on the other hand, was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs. He’s a three-time Super Bowl champ.

And for a bit of fun, Travis once threw a hilarious first pitch at a Mariners-Guardians game. Just goes to show, there’s never a dull moment with the Kelce brothers.

James Shotwell
James Shotwell
James, a dedicated writer for BasketballHour, holds a degree in English and Creative Writing. A genuine sports enthusiast and skilled betting advice provider, he writes engaging articles and valuable winning strategies for sports.

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