The last we saw of four year old Cody Jordan, he was honing his craft, dribbling two balls at once in a gym by his lonesome. Fast forward a few months and the diminutive fella has moved his game from the gym to the streets, breaking down would-be defenders with his lethal crossover.
Unfortunately, that killer crossover effectively ended the basketball career of one little tyke.
Listen, I know that kid with the broken ankles is still in kindergarten, but he should never hoop again. He should never set foot on a blacktop while he still has air in his lungs. There’s no way he can recover from that embarrassment, especially now that all his friends saw it on their LeapPad.
Perhaps if Tim Tebow rode in on his four incorporeal Broncos and laid his heads on his head, it would assuage the pain. But still, a full recovery is out of the question.
I suggest he hit up Grant Hill for some tips on how not to rehabilitate an ankle before moving on with his young, promising career–presumably in a sport where there’s no cutting or planting.
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