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Getty Jayson Tatum #0 of the Boston Celtics celebrates with his son, Jayson “Deuce” Christopher Tatum Jr.

Ever since Jayson Tatum was drafted by the Boston Celtics in 2017, his son Deuce has been around for most of that same time. As Deuce has gotten older, he’s made more appearances at Celtics games, which has made him more of an internet sensation thanks to his public interactions with his dad.

The latest video involving Jayson and Deuce is sure to do the same.

During a basketball camp that Tatum was hosting, Deuce was trying to score one-on-one against his dad. As Deuce got his shot up, Jayson blocked the show, shocking Deuce while mesmerizing all of the children watching in the process.

[email protected] blocked Deuce’s shot and Deuce is SHOCKED pic.twitter.com/cIHX4BlYSr

— Cameron Tabatabaie (@CTabatabaie) August 4, 2022

Some fans had some funny reactions to the video, including comparing Deuce’s scoring method of Giannis Antetokoumnpo’s.

That’s what he gets for traveling like he thinks he’s Giannis

— Ryan Bernardoni (@dangercart) August 4, 2022

 

Others included that the four-year-old could potentially get back at his dad on the court for the public humiliation.

Not shown:

Deuce driving down the lane next possession and putting dad on a poster for revenge.

— R.J. McCann (@RJMcCann7) August 5, 2022

Videos that show how Jayson Tatum interacts with his son like this one will only continue to make Deuce an internet sensation.

What’s also made Deuce so popular among Celtics fans is how cold he’s been to some of Tatum’s teammates in Boston.

Deuce Has ‘Beef’ With Other Celtics

Deuce has gained quite the attention for how he interacts with some of the other Celtics players. For example, when the Celtics beat the Miami Heat in Game 2 of the 2022 Eastern Conference Finals, Grant Williams was trying to either pound fists or get high fives from teammates. That was, of course, until he got to Deuce.

Once Grant tried to get a high five from Deuce, he coldly ignored Williams and later walked away with his dad.

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As cold as that may have been, Grant is not the only Celtic Deuce has had beef with in the past. During a regular season game against the Utah Jazz, Deuce tried to punch Marcus Smart while Smart was inbounding the ball.

Deuce Tatum tried to hit Marcus Smart on the inbound pass ????
pic.twitter.com/C2kMptJwPB

— Celtics Direct (@CelticsDirect) March 24, 2022

After the game, Smart was asked if he felt Deuce’s attempt to hit him, to which Smart confirmed while also elaborating on their relationship.

“I actually did. Deuce and I have a love-hate relationship… I was actually expecting it. Deuce is always trying to attack me any time I come around him. That’s just who he is. We all love Deuce, and he’s out guy so we’ll take it.”

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Even though Deuce has established himself as an internet sensation for Celtics fans, he’s not the only child who has spent time with the Celtics after games.

Al Horford’s Son Made Appearances During Playoffs

Throughout the playoffs, Ean Horford, who is Al Horford’s oldest child, made appearances both in the Celtics locker room and during Al’s postgame press conferences. Ean sat right next to his dad after Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors.

Al Horford and Son pic.twitter.com/GTh51yNDTk

— John Karalis ???????? ???????? (@John_Karalis) June 3, 2022

Before that, Ean was sitting on his dad’s lap in the Celtics locker room when they defeated the reigning champion, Milwaukee Bucks, to get to the Eastern Conference room.

We got it done ✅ pic.twitter.com/BTYREkcf0x

— Boston Celtics (@celtics) May 15, 2022

There was also a video of Ean and Deuce slapping each other five while celebrating the team’s playoff victory over the Bucks.

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Celtics Projected to Take Bold Step on Al Horford Next Season

Getty Al Horford, Celtics

One of the underrated keys to the Celtics’ 2021-22 season, which ended with a loss to the Warriors in the NBA Finals, was the contribution of veteran forward Al Horford who, at age 36, gave Boston 29.1 minutes per game over 69 games, scoring 10.2 points with 7.7 rebounds and 3.4 assists. The Celtics were a significantly better team defensively with Horford on the floor (106.4 points per 100 possessions allowed) than with him off (108.7).

Horford played 2,005 minutes last season, fourth among players who were 35 years or older. Only Chris Paul, LeBron James and Kyle Lowry played more.

Don’t expect to see that big of a load put on Horford in the coming season, though. In addition to his regular-season playing time, Horford played 277 minutes in the postseason, the most among the 35-plus crowd. Expect the Celtics to pay special attention to how much they’re asking of Horford, especially when it comes to back-to-back games.

In fact, Heavy Sports NBA insider Steve Bulpett said the Celtics could make a bold move on Horford when it comes to back-to-backs.

Horford Sat Out in 7 Back-to-Backs Last Year

Last season, the Celtics led the league in back-to-back games, one of four teams (with Cleveland, Orlando and Charlotte) to play 15 back-to-backs. The Celtics did show some restraint with Horford in those games, sitting him in the second half of seven of the team’s back-to-backs.

Horford did not show much fatigue in the eight times he played both nights of a back-to-back. In the second games of those situations, he averaged 10.4 points and 53.3% shooting.

Still, Bulpett said it is unlikely we’ll see Horford much in back-to-backs this year.

“If watching Al Horford play basketball is on your bucket list, I’d be reticent to purchase a ticket for a Celtics game on the second night of a back-to-back,” Bulpett said in a  video interview. “You’re not going to see Al in back-to-backs, I’d bet quite a bit on that. I also believe they will limit him when they can. They’re certainly better able to limit minutes in the backcourt, but that’s a situation where they will be looking to find minutes for guys.”

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Last year’s trip to the NBA Finals should be beneficial not only for the players in terms of experience but also for coach Ime Udoka, who now stands to improve as a coach after such a successful debut season. Part of that will be taking a long-term view of the season, knowing Boston could be playing deep into June, which should allow the coach to be more judicious with playing time.

Early in the year, when the Celtics were struggling to get in synch on both ends of the floor, Udoka tended to lean too heavily on the veterans he trusted, rather than playing a wide rotation to keep players fresh and healthy in the postseason. That should change.

“I think it will be a smarter rotation going forward,” Bulpett said. “Players get better from year-to-year, I think you’re going to see Ime Udoka get better in his second year at the reins, understanding how he wants to use his rotation.”

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