A high school basketball player challenged former Boston Celtics forward Brian Scalabrine to a one-on-one and it went exactly how you might have expected.
A video posted to TikTok on Tuesday, which has over 1.2 million views, shows Scalabrine absolutely dominating a young basketball player who challenged him to a game.
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“They decided to put their shoes on the line,” the video says
Scalabrine, 43, moved around with agility and ease despite the young ballplayer putting in a good effort.
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“Zay was trying to put [up] a fight but he is just still [too] good and physical,” the video said of Scalabrine’s challenger.
“He called game and ended up winning 11-0,” referring to the former NBA player.
Scalabrine, who was nicknamed “White Mamba,” was drafted by the New Jersey Nets in the second round of the 2001 draft and was a key figure in the team winning the Eastern Conference championship that season.
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He signed in 2005 with the Celtics, where he played for five seasons, and later played for the Chicago Bulls.