After abusing some kids at his hometown ProCamp in St. Louis, Jayson Tatum picked on a few ballers his own size and the results were pretty much the same.
Here’s the highlights from the 20-year-old Celtics star’s visit to the Patrick McCaw Pro-Am (yes, Patrick McCaw of the Golden State Warriors has a Pro-Am in St. Louis) on Saturday. Highlights from the visit include a few nice dunks (none as nice as his poster on King James during the NBA Playoffs) and step-back threes James Harden would approve of.
During his homecoming, the walking bucket also checked off a bullet on his bucket list by throwing out the first pitch during a Cardinals game.
“It went great,” Tatum said on TV. “It could have been better, but I wasn’t nervous. This has always been a dream of mine, to come out here and throw the first pitch, so I’m glad it was able to happen.”
— FOX Sports Midwest (@FSMidwest) July 14, 2018
JAYSON TATUM IN HIGH SCHOOL
And here’s some mixtapes we made of Tatum when he wasn’t just the smoothest and best player in St. Louis but arguably in the nation.