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High School Player With Down Syndrome Gets 2-Day NBA Contract

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If you remember last week, Kevin Grow, who has Down Syndrome, has been the team manager for a Philadelphia high school for 4 years, and his coach decided to put him into the game, where he sank a 3-point bomb and scored 14 points in all for the victory.

Last night, Grow walked into the locker room at the Philadelphia 76ers and saw his very own locker and jersey and was awarded a 2-day NBA contract!

Read more about his moment of fame here

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