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Originally written on Next Impulse Sports  |  Last updated 10/9/14

Attention: Dude’s at DudePerfect, Rise and Fire UConn Guard Caroline Doty, and any other person out there trying to do a trick shot video (that includes you, lil LeBron). It ain’t trickin if you got it, and no one know that more than Titus. Kid has got range for days and, unlike most trick shot videos, he shoots with defenders in his face. What sets him apart? He may as well be signed to CashMoney Records, because he’s a BABY! Seriously, its like the people at E-trade inspired a generation of toddlers to step their game up…but this kid is real! [YouTube] var conf_58609 = { APIKey: '2_N1YlfjHIEAtyRAK3CAYRE5a1aBuANuMOCLc_7hsOQ13HnwCrW_u-6OuDhjC7vR06 ', lang : 'en', enabledProviders: '' }; var image58609 = {src:'http://cdn.cosbysweaters.com/wp-includes/images/blank.gif',href:'http://cosbysweaters.com/2013/02/05/little-kid-is-trick-shot-specialist-video/',type:'image'}; var ua_58609 = new gigya.services.socialize.UserAction(); ua_58609.setUserMessage(''); ua_58609.setLinkBack('http://cosbysweaters.com/2013/02/05/little-kid-is-trick-shot-specialist-video/'); ua_58609.setTitle('Little Kid is Trick Shot Specialist [Video]'); ua_58609.addMediaItem(image58609); var params_58609 ={ userAction:ua_58609, cssPrefix:'#gig-div-buttons-58609-bottom', shareButtons:'facebook-like,google-plusone,share,twitter,email', // list of providers containerID: 'gig-div-buttons-58609-bottom', cid:'' }; gigya.services.socialize.showShareBarUI(conf_58609,params_58609); Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

4 Comments:
  • Once this kid gets tall enough, he can just drop out of school and join the NBA. He looks like the future Michael Jordan.
  • My son has been practicing shooting since he was a toddler. Practice pays off. Here are some highlights of his second grade season.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9RlFh08i1w
  • My condolences to Mr. gretzgy. How did this daughter become so out of control, so trashy.
  • Practice does pay off! You should have seen my 2 1/2 yr old grandson sitting on the couch crying his eyes out. I asked him what was wrong & he said "they (his parents) wont let me watch ball (no football or baseball) only cartoons." That's all that was on TV at 9:00am. He's 14 now and plays football, baseball and basketball all year long. At 12 his little league football coach said he had the arms and mentality of a high school ball player, football and baseball. He's now 14, 6'3" and still growing, mentally and physically. No age is too young if they love the game, Proud, yes, proud nonnie!
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