Sprint Cup Champ Brad Keselowski Is Really Awful at Basketball

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterNovember 30, 2012

Brad Keselowski is not exactly an all-around athlete, because he looks pretty goofy with a basketball in his hands. 

We love the current Sprint Cup Champion, if only for giving one of the best SportsCenter interviews we have ever seen

Still, we can't get over how wonderfully awful he is within the confines of another sport. A tip of the hat to Hot Clicks for finding this humbling moment in the 28 year old's life. 

According to the YouTube description, Keselowski was doing this to demonstrate, "his basketball "skills" for charity at the Charlotte Bobcats game."

Ah, so he actually may have done better than some of the players on the home team. When you look closely, the man has game similar to that of Metta World Peace. 

Notice the forced and shaky dribbling, the inconsistent shot from the field. That is pure World Peace and this star driver does an great impression. 

The video starts with the audience no doubt thinking, hey, that's that Sprint Cup guy. Followed by, ZOMG, someone get that basketball out of his hands before he kills somebody, or himself

Somehow, someway, Keselowski manages to maneuver the entire obstacle course without breaking a femur or taking out the front row. 

He stands triumphant at the end and we love him for it. Don't worry, we are all laughing with you. 

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