Shaquille O'Neal Dropped by Sharp-Shooting Titus on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterJune 7, 2013

Go ahead and include challenging Titus to a shooting competition among the pile of foolish sports ideas at the moment. 

The adorable little boy who captivated the world with his initial video on YouTube and then delighted on Jimmy Kimmel Live has returned. 

The late-night talk show host invited little Titus back to take on Shaquille O'Neal, one of the greatest big men to ever play the game.

Of course, the playing field was leveled just a bit, because Titus was shooting on a hoop that was his height from a distance of six feet. 

Shaq, for his part, struggles a bit. OK—he misses every shot. Even Kimmel gives him some friendly ribbing with, "Just like old times," as the former Lakers star clanks one off the rim. 

As for Titus—a little kid I have grown frond of calling "The Machine"—he was completely lights out in a segment dubbed "Clash of the Titus."

Given the choice, Shaq picks Titus to shoot first, but the little maestro has ice in his veins. After struggling at the start, Titus finds his rhythm and buries Shaq with every single bucket. 

By the time "The Big Aristotle" even gets the ball, it's all over. 

O'Neal may be one of the greatest to have ever played the game, but Titus is on another level. I don't care if you get Ray Allen out there; Titus is an unstoppable force who dominates all that stand in his way. 

You have been warned. 

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