Forgive us for writing like a gamer slacker and using the p0wnz verb that peaked in the early 2000s.
We simply want to convey the excitement over a star QB joining the 1% and maybe bringing the pro-hockey and/or b-ball team to KC that politicos couldn't secure after decades of promises.
Here's the money line and sports newsies pretending that an upcoming recession won't worsen class differences in the US . . .
He is setting himself on the path to sports ownership with an eye on expanding Kansas City's offerings.
"I would always keep my options open, but I've always tried to go with Kansas City first," he said. "That's the biggest thing for me. You look at things like trying to find a way to bring an NBA team to Kansas City, try to do stuff like that [or] a hockey team, all of that different type of stuff. I would definitely say my first option would be to try to do something in Kansas City and at the last resort, if that didn't work, I would try to figure out maybe something else.
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6:00 AM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Patrick Mahomes wanted to invest in Kansas City and some of its prominent institutions when he bought into the ownership groups of two of the city's pro sports franchises, Major League Baseball's Royals and Major League Soccer's Sporting Kansas City.