The Boston Celtics first got into the now viral drive-by dunk challenge this weekend, as the team's second year forward Jaylen Brown threw down a vicious, one-handed dunk on some unsuspecting neighborhood ballers.  

It appears that the C's are continuing to make headlines, when it comes to the social media frenzy, though this time its the team's front office getting taught a lesson on the court.

Boston's president of basketball operations and GM Danny Ainge was the victim of the challenge video posted Sunday night, which showed Ainge's son, Crew, body his old man back to the basket and finish with a thunderous slam on the family's outdoor hoop.

Crew had apparently just returned from a two-year LDS Church mission and wanted to show his pops some tricks he learned along the way.

With Crew headed off to play basketball at Utah State this year, expect Danny to keep tabs on his status. I mean, he does have plenty enough pick at his disposal for the next few years.