Basketball Prodigy, 2, Takes on Channing Tatum and Bradley Cooper

UPDATED 12/09/2013 at 04:00 PM EST Originally published 12/05/2013 at 04:00 PM EST

Two is an exciting age for children. By this stage of development, most toddlers are learning how to play with blocks, ride tricycles, and jump off of things. Or, if they're this amazing kid, they're making impossible basketball shots look ridiculously easy.

Two-year-old Titus Ashby originally came to the Internet's attention in February (almost half his lifetime ago) when the first video of his amazing trick shots gained more than 13 million views. Since then, little Titus has released several more videos, battled Kobe Bryant and been hit in the face on Fox & Friends. Ouch. (No worries, folks, he's fine.)

Now "Trick Shot Titus" is back with a new video, in which he nails even more impossible angles – seriously, he's somehow already a master of geometry – and even gets the chance to hang out with two former Sexiest Men Alive, Channing Tatum and Bradley Cooper. The dynamic duo challenged Titus for a Spanish TV show, and they ended up getting crushed.

"I thought you were going to let me win on that one," Tatum told the tot.

Better luck next time, Chan! Watch and learn from the master above.

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Basketball Prodigy, 2, Takes on Channing Tatum and Bradley Cooper| Kids & Family Life, Wiz Kids, Real People Stories, Bradley Cooper, Channing Tatum

Lachlan Connors



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