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High School Basketball Player with Down Syndrome Signs Two-Day Deal with the NBA

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This morning, Kidd Kraddick in the Morning talked about Kevin Grow, a high school basketball player with Down Syndrome who made national headlines when he signed with the Philadelphia 76ers for two days.

Grow, who is from the Philly area, wowed crowds and the Internet when he sank three 3-pointers and a buzzer beater during two Bensalem High School’s games. The athlete was given a Philadelphia 76ers jersey and will also join the squad during pregame activities against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Tuesday, Feb. 18.

Check out Kevin’s thoughts about the announcement below.

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