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Published: Friday, June 7 2013 1:50 p.m. MDT

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Huntsville, AL

What fun! As long as the little guy is having a good time with this, enjoy it. Once it becomes work, it's time to let it go and let him be a kid without the cameras following him around.

I'm sure that the Ashby family is enjoying seeing Titus have such a fun time.

Whoa Nellie
American Fork, UT

With a name like Titus he's bound to make a mark in life. Way to go!

AZ Blue & Red
Gilbert, AZ

I see Shaq shoots a well as he did in the NBA. Bad when a 2 year old gets 8 in and Shaq 0. Glad that he is a good sport. I like Shaq. Dang he is Big.

Smithfield, UT

How fun! Love it!

Australia, 00

This is just amazing! He's having the time of his life and spending quality time with dad to boot. The whole family are! Obviously "don't play ball in the house" doesn't apply to this little toddler or his shots wouldn't have been perfected as good as they have. I wonder what he does for fun when he's not throwing hoops? Have FUN always Titus!

Durham, NC

Some kids are just like this. My youngest... older than titus and not nearly as talented, is of the same breed. Out boy was given an xBox about a month ago by a friend who is moving..... it still isn't plugged in. Our Playstation... has been idle since his oldest brother went on a mission. Some kids just love sports.... I wish I had something to do with it... but that would be taking credit for something I had little to do with.

This kid is great.... hope his family enjoys every minute of it. They grow up way faster than you would think.

Meadow Lark Mark

Go Titus. The Ashby family is a great family. I know other members of the family.

Blue Cougar
Oak Harbor, WA

Shaq showed great class! BTW, I think he needed a stronger back board; that thing probably cost him 2 or 3 baskets.

Mcminnville, OR

Pretty cool! I will say in Shaq's defense is that the ceiling did look low and he had to flatten out his shot which in turn makes it more difficult to get in the hoop.

Back to Titus...looking forward to watching his career develop. Hope he gets some height. BYU needs future stars!

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