High School Basketball Manager With Down Syndrome Sinks 4 3-Pointers During A Game [Video]
Kevin Grow has Down Syndrome, but that hasn’t stopped him from being a part of his high school basketball team for the last four years. On Senior Night Kev got a chance to get in the game, and put on a show that nobody there will ever forget.
Kevin got into the game with a little more than two minutes left with one thing in his mind . . . GET BUCKETS!
Kevin made it rain as he drained four 3-pointers in the final two minutes of the game. That’s amazing for any high school basketball player, but considering Kevin hasn’t touched the court this year, its incredible. After the game his coach told reporters:
It’s tough to describe. It really is. It’s one of those things that doesn’t happen often. He’s a gift from God — he really is.
If you ask me, this is what high school sports is really all about. Too much emphasis gets put on the seven-foot sophomore with unbelievable skills too often. High School sports needs to embrace the moments when it can help all the students feel like they are a part of the game.
Thank you Kev for showing us all that everyone is capable of greatness! You can be our shooting guard any day of the week.
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