I would classify that under "stamina" since we aren't parsing "endurance" the way you see in academic S&C texts: the ability to reproduce an action in a particular range-- not necessarily in the aerobic range. Football players possess this stamina. Short legs, extreme specificity in anaerobic ranges. They would do well, certainly better than untrained subjects, but they're not built for it, and I'm not sure how they'd fare against elite athletes in the other sports we've discussed. They wouldn't do well against mid-sized or smaller basketball players (who are still much, much larger than them). Furthermore, you're forgetting that at 140 lbs (pretty sure they're heavier than that) they're not that strong, or that powerful. They are the kings of all-around relative strength (the "strongmen" of relative strength), in my opinion, but they are ice skating uphill against guys like Lebron.