NBA players dominate kids

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — NBA players are the best of the best, elite athletes who have reached the peak of their sport, and perhaps even the top of the sporting world. They have honed their craft and skills to reach their place among the greats, and they will do whatever it takes to prove that dominance against any opponent, no matter the size or challenge that opponent presents.

But as we’ve seen several times the last few weeks, as good as NBA players are against their peers, they are absolutely dominant against children. Seriously, kids, don’t challenge NBA players.

For instance, here’s what happened when this kid recently tried to defend JR Smith one-on-one…

Every summer is serious for us real hoopers! Even the kids can get it! #SummerIsSerious #NikeFam

A video posted by JR Smith (@teamswish) on

Or how about Jazz forward Jeremy Evans? He actually took on two kids, a boy and a girl, and broke one kid’s ankles then dunked on the other one…

2 on 1 after the Jr. Jazz clinic in Green River today. @jeremyevans40 with the crossover and throw down.

A video posted by Jr. Jazz Youth Basketball (@officialjrjazz) on

And then there’s Chicago’s Joakim Noah, who takes on an army of kids and dispatches all of them…

But fear not, kids! Because every once in a while, even if it is a really rare while, one of the kids stands up for the rest and shows an NBA player that maybe they aren’t quite infallible. Just ask Nick Young

👀 Ok he got me lol

A video posted by Nick Young (@swaggyp1) on

6 Comments

  1. #24 > #23 says:

    Wow, seriously Swaggy? But that was a SICK move by that kid! He be learning from the Dream!

  2. Gecko1220 says:

    Nick Young is a fantastic offensive player, but in 7 years in the league still barely ever plays defense, probably a side effect from being mentored by Gilbert Arenas.

  3. Jeremiah says:

    The Lakers are in trouble this year.

  4. HAHAHA says:

    Nick Young got schooled! In his defence though, he underestimated that kid…..

    Rumor has it that in little league that kid averages 53.6 PTS, 5.5 AST, 7.8 REB, 21.3 STL, 2 BLK and a whopping 67% Player Impact Estimate.

    So, Swaggy P cant take all the blame. The kid’s a lock for #1 in the 2025 NBA Draft.

  5. asdf says:

    hahaha nick young got schooled by that kid.