Kyrie Irving is no stranger to athletic achievement. He's a four-time NBA All-Star, the 2011 Rookie of the Year, an NBA champion and a gold medal-winner.

Now, he'll accomplish something not even athletes like Tom Brady, Michael Jordan and Michael Phelps have done.

Irving will appear on the same Wheaties box twice: on one side as himself in a Boston Celtics uniform, and on the other side as Uncle Drew, dressed as the character of his upcoming movie, Uncle Drew.

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"For the first time in decades Wheaties will feature two great athletes on its box at the same time," said Kathy Dixon, marketing communications manager for Wheaties. "Kyrie is a proven winner based on all of his accomplishments on and off the court, and the story of Uncle Drew reminds us that no matter your age, you can still have fun and be successful at the things you love to do."

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Non-athletes have appeared on the Wheaties box before — including Shirley Temple, Johnny Weissmuller and Gene Autry — but this is the first time in more than 60 years that a fictional character is appearing on a Wheaties box. Wheaties last featured two athletes on a double-sided box in 2001 when Kirby Puckett and Dave Winfield were on the front and back, but this is the first time a box will feature the same athlete twice. 

Uncle Drew was first introduced in a 2012 Pepsi commercial featuring Irving, dressed as an old man, tricking people into playing basketball against him. The movie based on the character is set to release on June 29.