Most NBA players are content to lightly humiliate young basketball camp attendees with an emphatic block or two, but Karl-Anthony Towns just set a new standard for player-on-camper aggression:
Someday, when Karl-Anthony Towns has grown older and wiser and that child has become a full-grown man, these two will meet again. The kid will find Towns alone under the moonlight, and he will approach him while dribbling a basketball, slowly and with menace. Thump... thump... thump...
He’ll look Towns in the eye and say, “Fifteen years. I’ve been looking for you for fifteen years.”
“I’ve been waiting,” Towns will reply. “Now we can begin.”