High Schooler With Down Syndrome Hits Four Three-Pointers in Two Minutes
18-year-old Kevin Grow has been the manager for his school's basketball team for the past four years. He never played on the team, because he has Down syndrome. But maybe they should have used him more, because it turns out he's a SCORING MACHINE.
In the last game of the season, the team had a huge lead at the end, so the coach put Kevin in for two minutes. And in two minutes he drained FOUR three-pointers, including one at the buzzer, and scored a total of 14 points. He ended up being the top scorer for the game. He goes to Bensalem High in Philadelphia.
Here's a video montage of his four big shots.