This 6-Year-Old Hooper Might Be the Next James Harden

He's already Euro-stepping like the Houston Rockets star.

Euro-Step

Six-year-old children don't generally execute Euro Steps to perfection in their rec league basketball games, but this is 2017, when high schooler Zion Williamson is throwing down NBA-caliber dunks and 12-year olds are being labeled the next Usain Bolt, so I suppose anything is possible.

We aren't sure what this little dude's name is. What we do know is that he's the James Harden of his league, and he's pulling off better Euro-Steps  than some NBA players. He even adds his own flair, pump faking to the right as if he were going to throw a pass before stepping back to his left and finishing off the lay-up. Young James Harden, indeed.

This youngster appears to be the son of the Instagram user @keymoney01, who owns a barbershop in Sacramento and possesses several photos of himself with former Kings star DeMarcus Cousins. We wouldn't be surprised if some time in the next decade, Cousins, older and on his way to retirement, steps out onto the court to face this little man.

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