It’s been a year of firsts for Victor Oladipo. He just finished his first season with the Oklahoma City Thunder. He just played in the playoffs for the first time in his career. And he just got schooled by a 12-year-old on the basketball court for the first time — we think.

Oladipo was hosting a basketball camp last week in Indianapolis, about an hour away from Indiana University, where he went to school. Oladipo, who is known for his defensive chops, was checking young K.J. Windham at the top of the arc.

The kid was showboating a bit with some between-the-legs dribbling, which prompted Oladipo to try to swipe the ball away.

K.J. proceeded to nutmeg the Thunder point guard on the way to the basket for a lefty layup.

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This was all in good fun, but no doubt Oladipo would be the first one to say that he let K.J. get one on him.

Surely Devin Harris of the Mavericks would say the same thing when this happened to him earlier this month in a game of knockout:

There may have been a bit of luck involved, but luck is part of the game. As both Oladipo and Harris could vouch, age is just a number on the basketball court.

The same excuse can’t be said in regard to Klay Thompson’s embarrassing mishap on the court. He was on a promotional tour in China over the weekend and attempted a 360 dunk:

You can see why he’s been invited to the 3-point contest three times but never the dunk contest.

Remember back when NBA players would do everything in their power to make sure videos like the above didn’t get out to the public? For example, LeBron James’ people tried to confiscate a video of Jordan Crawford dunking on him at a basketball camp.

It’s nice to see that some players have a sense of humor and realize that things like this are just part of the game and will happen from time to time.