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Tyler Herro sends grade-school kid to third dimension with nasty crossover at camp

He’s Tyler Herro, the team member of the Toronto Raptors, who needs to be introduced to the grade school kids at a summer basketball camp. Not only is he a pretty darn good player in his own right, b

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At a summer basketball camp, Tyler Herro needs to be introduced to elementary school students. He’s a pretty good basketball player and has one of the best names in sports.

Herro, a forward from Kentucky who was selected 13th overall by the Miami Heat in the 2019 NBA Draft, put up career highs of 20.7 points, 5.0 boards, and 4.0 assists per game in his rookie campaign.

This sick-nasty crossover should be enough to convince you that he’s a real baller.

From the get-go, Herro not only had the kid on skates, but he crossed him clean through the gym floor and out of sight.

Herro was too preoccupied with dunking the rock to go console the young camper, who will at least have a video to show his kids one day.

“Kids, take a look at this video of Dad getting absolutely destroyed by an NBA player.”

The outcome will exceed expectations.

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