Netease Sports reported on September 28:
As the playoffs progressed, the eliminated teams left Orlando one after another, and the relatives of the remaining players were able to enter the park to cheer for their families on the spot.
Tatum's 2-year-old son Jason Duss-Tatum Jr. followed his grandmother to Orlando to cheer for his father.
塔图姆（Tatum）的2岁儿子小杰森·达斯·塔图姆（Jason Duss-Tatum Jr.）跟着祖母来到奥兰多，为父亲打气。
After the first five games of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Celtics fell behind the Heat 2-3 and will be eliminated if they lose another game. Little Tatum made his own handwriting to cheer for his father. He wrote: Show them how good we are, we can!
Tatum was a rookie selected by the Celtics with the 3rd overall pick in the first round of 2017. He participated in the draft in the summer of 2017. In December of that year, Tatum was officially born.
When Tatum had not finished his rookie season, his son was already one year old! He also surpassed LeBron to become the second youngest father in NBA history. (When LeBron's eldest son was born, he was 19 years old and 280 days old, a few months later than Tatum.)
Little Tatum has attracted much attention since he was born, and he can be called a little Internet celebrity. He arrived in the park before the Eastern Conference finals and was quarantined with his grandma. When Tatum Jr. appeared on the sidelines in Orlando for the first time, TNT gave him enough shots on the national broadcast:
At that time, little Tatum played a cheering finger on the sidelines, and the host continued to praise: "What a pretty boy!" "He must be a big star in the future!" "Look at this cool look!"
那时，小塔图姆在场外欢呼，主持人继续称赞：“多么漂亮的男孩！” “他将来一定是大明星！” “看看这很酷的样子！”