Some people are privileged by nature. They're born with outstanding genes and are likely to be highly-coveted thanks to their last name, especially if their father plays in the NBA.
That's the case with Carmelo Anthony's son Kyan Anthony. He's got the genes and the last name of one of the greatest scorers in basketball history, so it's only natural to think that there will be plenty of cameras every single time he plays.
So, imagine pulling up to face your rivals in your AAU game and pulling up to see Carmelo Anthony in the flesh and bone taking some shots before the game. It gives me the chills just to think about it.
Anthony showed up to his son's matchup and sank 9 straight three-pointers in front of an amazed crowd and multiple children taking pointers on his technique.
You know what they say: the shot is the last part of your game to go away, and Carmelo Anthony still has plenty left in the tank.
Hopefully, his son Kyan will carry his torch and continue the Anthony legacy around the NBA as well. As much as I'd love to see Carmelo working out, I wouldn't want to be a kid on the rival team, that's for sure.