Trick shot video of unbelievable little kid shooting baskets

April 4, 2013 — 6 Comments

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If you have never heard of a trick shot video it is simply a video of someone performing an unbelievable task like throwing a football off the top-level of a stadium toward a basketball hoop and it going in or kicking soccer balls at water bottles from extreme distances.

You might think these videos are fake or they have been edited but they haven’t.  The truth is that sometimes when you practice enough you can do amazing things.

Trick shot video of unbelievable little kid shooting baskets

Recently I came across the grand daddy of all trick shot videos.  It is of kid who is not even 2 years old yet shooting unbelievable basketball shots!

This trick shot video is probably the most adorable trick shot video you will ever see.  The boy in video is Titus Ashby.  He began shooting baskets shortly after learning to walk.

From the stairway, from the couch, behind the back, over the head, behind the backboard—he can do it all. Titus is clearly a legend in the making.

Check out his unbelievable talent:

What’s the best trick shot video you have ever seen?  Share it in the comments!

Kevin Martineau

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I am the Pastor at Port Hardy Baptist Church on Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. I am married to my best friend and I have three beautiful daughters.

6 responses to Trick shot video of unbelievable little kid shooting baskets

  1. Amazing eye-to-hand coordination. I wish I had that – it would help me put things in the garbage faster. 😉

  2. What fun that was! And INCREDIBLE!

  3. Love it! My son was one of those kids that at 2 years old could bounced a basketball with precision. Technically at that age, no hand eye coordination. Now 32 years later, he’s still playing basketball! :) Needless to say, we traveled all over to help him with his passion. This is awesome and I can attest to it happening! Nice share.

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