While the Mavericks have already been eliminated from National Basketball Association playoff contention, Stein also reported that Romo will not play in the game.
The Dallas Mavericks, who play their home finale Tuesday night against the Denver Nuggets, plan to honor Tony Romo by making the longtime Dallas Cowboys quarterback "a Maverick for a day", according to ESPN.
"Stein writes that Romo's "one-day contract" with the Mavericks hinges on Dallas" starting point guard Seth Curry being out for the rest of the season with a bum shoulder.
Romo will join Jim Nantz on CBS' top broadcast team.
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Romo announced his retirement from the National Football League this past Tuesday, and CBS announced shortly after that the network hired the gunslinger to be the lead game broadcast analyst beside Jim Nantz. According to Stein, this is slightly more than an honorary event, as the Mavericks will actually dress up Romo in their gear and have him sit on the bench.
Romo, who was a standout high school basketball player in Wisconsin, is not expected to play.
Romo was limited to playing in parts of only five games for the Cowboys over the last two seasons because of collarbone and back injuries. In 10 years as a starter, the newly-retired quarterback threw for 34,154 yards, 247 touchdowns and 117 interceptions.