That Kid's Got Game: 5-year-old with Harlem Globetrotter inspired trick shots

An Atlanta boy attended a Harlem Globetrotters game when he was three years old. Mesmerized by the talent on the court, he asked his dad for one of the famous red, white and blue balls. Zeke Vozniak got that ball at half-time and since then he hasn’t stopped coming up with basketball-related trick shots. 

Zeke, now five, demonstrated dribbling skills right away and then his creativity took over. 

From bouncing balls off a wall into a basket to making a backwards shot while on a swing-set, Zeke’s skills have landed him on That Kid’s Got Game

Mobile users click here to watch Zeke's highlight reel. 

Zeke says he’s inspired by his parents and God. And while he’s a competitive and passionate kid, the main goal is to always have fun when it comes to sports.

And he already wants to share his skills. Zeke’s teaching his sister how to do trick shots and they’re working no building her own online following. 


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