shemar morrow dunks: sixth grader Slams Dunks His Name Into History
Basketball is a serious game for enthusiasts, but in Akron Ohio, middle school games take it to a whole new level. Sixth grader, Shamar Morrow, is already standing at 6’2 and is perfect for the sport that typically requires those with good height and excellent hand/eye coordination. In fact, he’s so good, his nickname is “Baby LeBron”; talk about having pressure. The resemblances to the child protégé and the famous LeBron James are uncanny. His left stroke is just one of the noticeable similarities that have people talking.
The two handed slam dunk is something that most professionals take years to perfect, but Morrow slammed his ball into the net putting his whole body into it. On Saturday night, residents of Akron watched as the up and coming child star took control of the game and made a classic move that helped his team to win the game. Scoring a total of 53 points, “Baby LeBron” showed who owned the court. Sure, he’s good, but does it have anything to do with his coach? Rapper/entrepreneur Master P is guiding the sixth grader and giving him all the tips of the trade, and he would know a little about basketball too.
This teen has made headlines around the country and his famous strokes just could land him some great opportunities in the future. Though some say it is a bit premature to be writing articles and making a slam dunk national news, but when you’re as good as Morrow, you deserve the publicity. While he’s still got over 2 years before he enters high school, his name is not one that is going to be quickly forgotten. In fact, high schools in the Cleveland area are already talking about a future with the man child on their basketball teams.
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