A tough challenge awaits the Cleveland Cavaliers at home. They will be facing a Boston Celtics squad that has not lost a single game in 10 matchups. Not to mention, their opponents just came off a 52-point blowout win over the Golden State Warriors. Predictably, there will be a lot of rising tensions in the Cavs home floor, especially with Donovan Mitchell out. But, a special gift awaits fans that involves Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce.

The Cavs are holding bobblehead night at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. They knew that there would be a lot of Ohio natives in the area as most fans were trying to catch the team and how they would stack up against the league-leading Celtics. So, it was a good time to recognize the brothers from Ohio who have been Cavs fans for a long time, Jason Kelce and Travis Kelce. Each fan will get a bobblehead of the brothers, via Front Office Sports.

Kelce brothers and Cavs culture

 Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (left) shakes hands with Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Joe Haden (right) during the first quarter in game four of the 2018 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers

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The legendary duo have their heritage deeply embedded in Ohio. They both grew up in Cleveland Heights as referenced by their podcast name ‘New Heights.’ Moreover, the Kelces also played college football within the state as they led the Cincinnati football program to a lot of victories. While there might be two NFL teams close to their heart, only the Cavs represent their upbringing well.

Both of them had big news in the past few months. Travis just earned another Super Bowl ring with the Kansas City Chiefs as he established himself as the dynasty’s premier tight end. He is also now dating Taylor Swift. Jason, on the other hand, decided to call it a career. He ended his playing days as the center for the Philadelphia Eagles on a high note with a Pro Bowl selection.

Supporting the Cavs runs through these brothers’ blood. Travis was a big fan of the team when they reached the finals with LeBron James. Both of them are also expected to be at the game against the Celtics. With the exception of Donovan Mitchell’s absence, they should have a great experience rooting for the third-best team in the Eastern Conference. A win for the Cavs also means they bust the Jayson Tatum-led squad’s streak and inch closer to getting the second seed over the Milwaukee Bucks.