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Photo: Here's Tony Romo In a Dallas Mavericks Uniform

Former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will suit up for the Mavericks' final home game of the season on Tuesday night.

Tony Romo is no longer a Dallas Cowboy, but he's still understandably beloved by the entire state of Texas. So tonight, he'll get the proper sendoff from fans, as he's set to suit up for the Dallas Mavericks tonight and sit on the bench during their final home game.

Here he was this morning before a team photo-op chatting with Devin Harris while wearing, of course, his No. 9 in a Mavs kit.

He even suited up to practice with the team earlier today. His son got to come along too.

At age 36, Romo might not be as quick and agile as he was during his younger years, but he still has some moves. Cowboys tight end Rico Gathers posted this video to his Instagram earlier today of Romo tossing him a nice little alley-oop.

Check it out:

Romo was a former all-state basketball player in Wisconsin during his high school days, and Gathers went to Baylor on a basketball scholarship and became their all-time leading rebounder before eventually making the switch to football. The two play in a church league together, and while Romo will no longer be tossing him the pigskin, it's clear they still have chemistry on the court.