16-year-old 1.88-year-old Kewei Parker’s flying buckle is shocking, and many NBA buckles

16-year-old 1.88-year-old Kewei Parker’s flying buckle is shocking, and many NBA buckles
On September 2nd, Beijing time, according to “DIME” reports, Andrew Wiggins and Zac Lavigne, two 2014 rookies, are considered to be famous candidates for next year’s NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Contest, but among high school studentsAt this level, there is a player who has grown into the best deductor in the United States today. He is only 16 years old and is 6 feet 2 inches tall (1.88 meters), Kewei Parker from Wesleyan Christian College.  In the past few months, enough to engage in a number of amazing dunk videos that have been crazy on the Internet, Kewei Parker’s name has been replaced by more and more basketball fans.Judging from his slam dunk highlights, the teenager’s body is quite soft, and the stagnation time is very long.It is no exaggeration to say that some of his slam dunk performances can even spike the actions that have occurred in many NBA slam dunk contests.No wonder “DIME” commented on Kewei Parker: He is the future of the dunking world.  In addition, ESPN in his scout analysis report to this extent: Parker’s best description is that he is a very athletic wing player, but his current height is slightly insufficient to play the third position.He is a breakthrough player who can rush to the basket as he likes and can play above the basket.If he can grow one to two inches taller, he will become a top rookie, maybe the sky is his limit.  As an outstanding representative who will participate in the NBA draft in 2016, Parker has currently received offers from Wake Forest University, Boston College and Virginia Tech.(Rosen)