Jay Z's Teenage Nephew Nahziah Carter Dunked on Manute Bol's Son

Jay-Z performs onstage during TIDAL X: 1020 Amplified by HTC at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on Oct. 20, 2015 in New York City.
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Jay-Z performs onstage during TIDAL X: 1020 Amplified by HTC at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on Oct. 20, 2015 in New York City. 

Turns out Jay Z's teenage nephew's got some serious basketball skills. 

At a game over the weekend, Nahziah Carter played opposite Manute Bol's son, Bol Bol, in the Nike EYBL Tournament and impressed everyone when he dunked over the 7 feel 1 inches center with his uncle Hova in attendance. 

Bol is a five-star recruit, with offers from Oregon, Kansas, Arizona, UCLA and other top-tier teams. But Carter's no scrub either. The son of Jay Z's older brother, Eric, is a three-star recruit and is the 328th ranked player in the country. 

See it here:


Bol's not the only big guy who Carter dunked over this weekend. He also gave the nation's No. 1 recruit Marvin Begley III some of the business. See that here:


And here's Jay Z with Carter: 


Jay Z and his nephew Nahziah Carter, photographed after his Albany City Rocks team secured a three-point victory over the Pro Skills team at the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League's "Session IV" in Los Angeles on Saturday. The 6'6" Carter is the son of Jay’s older brother Eric Carter. He plays for the Albany City Rocks team in the EYBL, and currently attends the Bishop Kearney High School in Irondequoit, New York. Late last year he committed to the Dayton Flyers and was due to begin attending the University of Dayton in Ohio. In a Twitter statement Naz stated: "I'd like to thank God for blessing me with abilities and talents that have accumulated many scholarships for me in the sport of basketball. But with options comes choice, and I am proud to announce I have committed to the University of Dayton, a place with a great atmosphere and campus and a place where I plan to continue to develop myself academically and athletically for the next four years." In April 2017 Naz reopened his recruitment after coach Archie Miller left for the Indiana Hoosiers. He is now in the Class of 2018 and visiting multiple different universities. #jayz @nikeeyb @_clutchcarter

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