Chugging beers and hyping up Milwaukee Bucks fans, it's what Green Bay Packers OL David Bakhtiari does

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This postseason saw the return of NBA and Stanley Cup playoff games with fans in attendance. That also brought back a time-honored postseason tradition: spotting an NFL player in the crowd and seeing them chug beers.

The Milwaukee Bucks opened the Eastern Conference finals Wednesday night against the Atlanta Hawks. There to pump up the Milwaukee crowd, and, of course, crush a beer, was Green Bay Packers offensive tackle David Bakhtiari. The 6-foot-4, 310-pound All-Pro lineman did his part.

This wasn't Bakhtiari's first appearance as an NBA game beer-chugger. In 2019, he faced off against his quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, to see who could chug fastest.

Tennessee Titans tackle Taylor Lewan enjoyed a stint this spring as the Nashville Predators' hype man before Nashville was ousted from the Stanley Cup playoffs.

The Bucks have at least a few more playoff games left this year. Hopefully Bakhtiari drinks responsibly.