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Before Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Jimmy Kimmel invited two-year old Internet phenom Trick Shot Titus Ashby to his show to take on Shaquille O’Neal in a shooting contest for all to see. Titus dominated Shaq with relative ease on national television, and clearly was ready for some REAL shooting competition. So who else would Kimmel call next other than the one and only Kobe Bryant?
Kobe, despite his torn achilles still on the mend, graciously accepted Kimmel’s invitation to take on Titus before Game 2. He fared a little better than Shaq against the two-year old phenom, but did he come away victorious? See for yourself below:
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