Packers’ David Bakhtiari proves again he’s an elite beer-chugger [Video]

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It seems likely that Green Bay Packers offensive lineman David Bakhtiari is better at chugging beer than most people on this planet.

David Bakhtiari is pretty good at playing football and he’s pretty good at drinking beer. The Green Bay Packers‘ offensive lineman demonstrated the latter during Game 6 between the Milwaukee Bucks and the Boston Celtics Friday evening.

Within a matter of just a few seconds, Bakhtiari drains the beer. It’s gone in an absurdly quick amount of time. It’s hard to accurately describe how impressive this feat is and you should absolutely watch it for yourself.

Thankfully, the Bucks shared the incredible video on Twitter.

Just absolutely effortless sort of performance there from Bakhtiari.

Again, in a matter of mere seconds, that beer is gone. One moment it’s there, the next it has vanished. That’s absolutely impressive stuff from the Packers offensive lineman.

Green Bay Packers’ David Bakhtiari effortlessly chugs a beer during Game 6 between Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics

Unfortunately for the good folks of Milwaukee, the Bucks weren’t able to have a similar level of success against the Celtics. While Bakhtiari shined in this moment, the Bucks fell short against Boston.

The Celtics were able to claim Game 6 with a solid win. Boston came out on top, winning 108-95, and now there’s just one game left in this series. Game 7 is coming up and it won’t be in Milwaukee. The Celtics and Bucks will face off on Sunday, May 15 at 2:30 p.m. CT. The winner will advance on to face the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals.

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