Steve Kerr Questions How Johnny Manziel Can Afford Courtside Seats During Miami Heat Game

Johnny Manziel and his girlfriend.

Texas A&M has until January 4th before its bowl game against Oklahoma. A little downtime for the players, right? Well, not for Heisman trophy winning quarterback Johnny Manziel — the freshman has been making his rounds across the Dallas sporting scence in the past month.

It all started on December 4th, when Manziel was spotted in a box suite at the Dallas Cowboys against the Philadelphia Eagles, just one week before winning his Heisman Trophy.

Next, on Wednesday, Manziel sat courtside in Houston for a basketball game between the Rockets and 76ers. He wasn’t done there, however. Manziel was seen courtside again the next day, this time in Dallas for a game between the Mavericks and the Heat, as reported by the Dallas Morning News.  

During the game, TNT analyst Steve Kerr called out Johnny Manziel on television, questioning how he got the tickets.

College athletes receive a scholarship stipend, but as Darren Rovell points out, the seats Manziel is sitting in for these games are very expensive.

$600 for one basketball game, and that doesn’t even include the Rockets courtside seats or the Cowboys suite. 

To be fair though, maybe we shouldn’t jump to conclusions:


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