An Amazing Mixup Led To Tom Brady FaceTiming A High School Basketball Team (Video)

Tom Brady Bucs facetime high school team


  • An amazing mixup led to a high school basketball team in Michigan FaceTiming with Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay locker room
  • A wrong number belonging to Sean Murphy-Bunting ended up in the team’s group chat and the Buccaneers ultimately gave the players a virtual tour of the locker room
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Thanks to the many misdials I’ve made over the course of my life, I have a somewhat irrational fear of calling or texting a wrong number thanks to the crippling awkwardness that normally accompanies unexpectedly finding yourself in an interaction with a total stranger.

However, as we learned from the story about a guy who accidentally received an invite to a Thanksgiving dinner he recently attended for the sixth year in a row, those honest mistakes can occasionally have a happy ending.

According to WXYZ, a similarly awesome moment recently unfolded with members of the boy’s basketball team at Notre Dame Prep in Pontiac, Michigan after their coach told them to start a group chat with their teammates. However, things took an interesting turn after one of the player’s numbers was typed with a wrong digit, which led to them being joined in the thread by none other than Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback (and Michigan native) Sean Murphy-Bunting.

The team discovered the error after Murphy-Bunting shared a picture of himself sitting in front of his locker in Tampa Bay. While no one would’ve blamed him for leaving the chat after realizing the mistake, he opted instead to surprise the squad by FaceTiming them to give them a virtual tour.

According to one of the players, Leonard Fournette decided to commandeer Murphy-Bunting’s phone and introduce them to some of his teammates, including Rob Gronkowski, Richard Sherman, and the one and only Tom Brady.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.