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Must-See-To-Believe Video: 2-year-old 'Trick Shot Titus' - The Sequel

Posted by Obnoxious Boston Fan  May 29, 2013 12:49 PM

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Titus Ashby's first basketball trick shot video racked up 11.1 million You Tube views and earned the 2-year-old Kansas boy time on "Good Morning America," "The Today Show" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live."

The sequel was posted on You Tube today, and features young Titus nailing shots from all over the house, hitting a few "Dude Perfect-like" Hail Mary's off a bridge over the Arkansas River in Wichita, Kan., and making an early recruiting visit to Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall. The Shockers reached the NCAA Final Four this past season.

Marshall says in the clip he's impressed with Titus' shooting ability but wants someone who can play defense, pass the ball and loves the game.

Done.

Titus then demonstrates some of his defensive ability and ends up on the coach's radar screen, for the 2028 season.

In this age of cynicism and internet trickery, it's hard to believe that this stuff is all real.

But it is.

We just don't see all the outtakes and misses. Kimmel learned the hard way about doubting the young boy's skills.

Enjoy.


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