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Remember when you had nothing to do at two in the afternoon in the middle of Summer 2006? That was when you enjoyed the And-1 exploits of The Professor (otherwise known as Grayson Boucher) on ESPN2. The little dude with the handles never made it to the League, but in case you had been worried about his falling off completely, never fear.

Boucher is still ballin’, and now he may be having even more fun than ever. Watch The Professor – decked out in a Spiderman suit, because why not? – dominate the playground like the glory days on the Deuce.

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