OK, how did he do that? I mean, you can see how, but, watching the video, seeing him launch the ball into the net, seems unbelievable. But there it is plain as day.
Meet Titus. He looks no older than two. He’s slam dunking a basketball. And he’s unbelievably accurate.
OK, so it’s a little basketball and it’s a short little net, but how many toddlers do that?
Some may argue that it’s close enough for him to get it in the net, but look at the part where the net is a lot further away from him, where he’s in the living room, and he still gets it in!
Thrown from the top of the stairs! Thrown backwards. Thrown whilst lying down on a trampoline.
He even bounces the ball against the wall before it goes into the net.
About a minute or so into the video, there’s a clip where Titus is dunking the ball at different rim heights – 3ft, then 4ft, and up to 7ft.
He has a good aim, and it’s not just for nets. He’s shown hitting balls too.
He’s also shown dunking balls in various sizes.
Last off, his three siblings are shown standing in front of him. Meanwhile, there are different balls being thrown across. He STILL manages, with all those distractions, to aim and throw the ball into the net!
Amazing lil guy. Remarkable.
(This video’s been on YouTube since Feb 3rd and has already had over 7 million views.)