Tim Tebow’s Friends Annoyed As He Keeps Tebowing During Friendly Game of Pickleball
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JACKSONVILLE, FL — Tim Tebow's friends reportedly grew annoyed during a friendly game of pickleball this week, as the former quarterback kept stopping the game to "Tebow" after every point scored.

"Nice forehand Ti -- and, there he goes," said Kevin Reese, as Tebow knelt for the thirteenth time. "This is going to take a while."

Despite pickleball's relatively rapid pace and high scoring, Mr. Tebow has steadfastly continued the "Tebowing" tradition from his football days. "No concrete court is stopping Tim," said doubles partner Jared Gillum. "The dude's kneecaps are pretty much rubbed off at this point. Oh - hang on - looks like he's done kneeling. Okay, nine serving two!"

As the game stretched from minutes into hours, a crowd of curious onlookers began to surround the pickleball court. "Tim would smash an ace, then Tebow. Rip a forehand, then Tebow," said witness Tiffany Jenkins. "Take a water break, then Tebow. It was an unreal eight hours of pickleball."

At publishing time, Tebow had left the pickleball court and was last seen exiting his car to kneel in solemn prayer in the McDonald's drive-through after receiving his Big Mac Extra Value Meal.

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