RJ Barrett and Daniel Jones have both made the jump from being star players at Duke to being under the bright lights of New York as first-year pros.
"I'm really happy and really excited to see that he's doing well," Barrett told Forbes in September.
"As a team we went to a Duke football game," Barrett said of his time with the Blue Devils. "I would love to go to a Giants game."
Barrett's wish came true on Monday night, as he was in attendance for the Giants' Monday Night Football showdown with the Dallas Cowboys.
The two former Blue Devils were able to meet up, and the pair even exchanged jerseys with one another.
Things didn't go the way Jones would have hoped on Monday, as the Giants fell to the Cowboys, 37-18. Still, since being inserted into the starting lineup in Week 3, Jones has provided a spark for the Giants offense, scoring 13 total touchdowns with 1,676 yards through the air.
Barrett, meanwhile, has gotten off to a very strong start to his NBA career, despite the Knicks' slow start as a team. The third overall pick leads the Knicks in scoring with 18.3 points per contest, while also averaging 6.1 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game.