David Bakhtiari slamming beers with his dad at the NBA Finals is one of the best things you’ll see all day.
The Packers’ offensive tackle, who is a well-documented Bucks fan, threw back a couple of cold ones before he cheered on his father, Karl Bakhtiari, in viral videos from Milwaukee’s Game 3 win over the Suns on Sunday night.
The 29-year-old was featured on the Jumbotron chugging a beer, before he let his long brunette hair down and slugged back a second one.
“Let’s go!” the three-time Pro Bowler repeatedly yelled in the camera as he got the crowd riled up.
Bakhtiari’s dad, who sported a Bucks jersey, was up next. He chugged a beer alongside his son, who cheered him on, yelling, “Yeah!”
Bakhtiari’s court side beer-chugging has become a fan-favorite in Milwaukee.
The boozy antics began in 2019, when Bakhtiari engaged in a cross-court chug-off with his quarterback, Aaron Rodgers — and ultimately won the beer battle after Rodgers (one of Milwaukee’s owners) failed to finish his beverage.
It remains to be seen if he’ll continue to protect Rodgers, as the quarterback is still in the midst of his face-off with Green Bay.
Bakhtiari, a fourth-round pick in 2013, signed a $103.5 million contract extension with the Packers last November, making him the highest-paid offensive lineman in NFL history.
Veteran players report to Packers training camp starting on July 27.