Bradley Beal and Jayson Tatum are finally able to play on the same team in the Tokyo Olympics after growing up in the same area of St. Louis.
This means their sons are also finally able to meet and steal the show courtside. During halftime of an Olympic tune-up between Team USA and Team Nigeria, Jayson Tatum Jr., Bradley Beal II and Braylon Beal were running around on the sideline.
Tatum Jr. and Beal's oldest son Bradley both go by "Deuce," in case you needed any more reason to watch and enjoy this moment out in Las Vegas.
Beal and Tatum both earned spots in the starting lineup for the United States' first tune-up game before the Tokyo Olympics. Team USA is looking for its fourth-straight gold medal since winning bronze in 2004.