Updated: September 10, 2020 1:06:25 pm
In a heart-warming video that is making rounds on the internet, a boy is seen shooting balls into a basketball net fixed on a man’s shoulder.
In the undated video, a man can be seen walking forward with a portable basketball net fixed on his shoulder. A boy, wearing a LA Lakers uniform, walks behind him, shooting accurately into the net, each time. As the ball goes through the net, the man gets hold of it and tosses it back to the boy to shoot again.
Watch the video here:
Ball is life.. pic.twitter.com/bSokw55Kto
— Buitengebieden (@buitengebieden_) September 3, 2020
The video delighted many on the internet. Take a look at some of the reaction here:
World’s Best Dad winner!! https://t.co/eCe2rk6gmO
— Skittles Is Anti-Fascist 🌊 🏳️🌈🌈 (@Skittles_Is6) September 3, 2020
Some fathers say they are the cool Dad. This guy truly is! https://t.co/fTr73AHvcU
— Daniel Jovic (@DanJovicNews) September 3, 2020
Can’t wait to see this kid hoopin’ in the @NBA one day!
And the dad watching from courtside! https://t.co/ctutx4WqXL
— Hoops N’ Wrestling (@HoopsNWrestling) September 3, 2020
Me trying to make that shot pic.twitter.com/M6PSV9HkFX
— VCU Papa🐏 (@VCUPav) September 3, 2020
They are both pretty amazing.
— Skar, cat of the Vikings (@skar_of) September 3, 2020
— DAPPER DON DHARSHI • K A M I L • (@SoloFlow786) September 3, 2020
I love the automatic ball return…
— Marion McGrath 🇦🇺 (@MazMcG03) September 3, 2020
Kid is good! ❤️
— 🌸Mirana St. Nymph🌸 (@MiranaStNymph) September 3, 2020
Well, that dad seems to be using his head alright. It’s about time.
— Binoy Mathew (@MrMathewJr) September 4, 2020
practice, practice, practice then the big leagues😉
— rd 🏹 (@RunninDoe) September 3, 2020
The video, shared by Twitter user Buitengebieden, has garnered over 3 million views.
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