Yeah, so this might not be entirely possible when you consider that both the NBA and NFL are locked out right now. But if the NFL players and owners happen to come to some sort of agreement sometime soon—which many analysts think is very possible—at least one NBA player is considering taking his talents to the football field this fall.

No, LeBron won't be playing tight end for the Browns! Rather, Nate Robinson—who actually went to the University of Washington on a football scholarship before switching over from the gridiron to the hardwood (pause)—recently revealed he might consider giving football another go if the NBA lockout persists. "I might go play football," he told SLAM. "Do something that nobody's tried to do. I've been doing a little bit of training...Why wouldn't you want to have an NBA player that can play football try out? That's a lot of publicity for your organization."

Chances of this actually happening: Zero-point-zero percent. But with no NBA or NFL free agency news to report, it's fun to dream, right? [via SLAM]

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