Don’t Worry, The Future Of The NBA Is Modest

Justise Winslow is currently only a sophomore at St. John’s School in Houston, but he’s had some significant buzz around his basketball skills since his first games as a freshman. While I wish it was because his father’s name is Carl, it’s actually because he’s a man among boys. At 6-foot-5 and 200 pounds, saying he’s matured faster than his peers would be an understatement. It would be like saying that Eddy Curry is just a faster eater.

But Winslow’s size has obviously allowed him to become a much better basketball player than most high schoolers so he’s already advancing in arrogance and pomposity as well. For instance, Winslow and St. John’s played against Antonian Prep in the St. Thomas Tournament recently and he showed everyone why he is probably the top prep school player in the country, as he dunked all over his terribly mismatched opponent.

Then he showed why he’s a complete dipsh*t by getting ejected for two technicals in five seconds. Basketball never stops and neither does acting like a dumbass at the expense of your team.

(Video via Houston Press.)