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Globetrotters invite KG3 to suit up with them

PHILADELPHIA  --  A high school senior with Down Syndrome who became an internet hit with his three-point shooting got the chance to play with his favorite "team".
Kevin Grow suited up with the world famous "Harlem Globetrotters" yesterday during their show in Philadelphia.
More than a million people have viewed this youtube clip of Kevin Grow a high school basketball player with Down Syndrome who made 4 three point shots in the final two minutes of a game.

Wowing the crowd and catching the eye of his favorite team.
Earl: He watches the Globe Trotters religiously. Youtube. He has always been a fan.

You wanna do some moves? Show us some moves! Yeah!!
Spinning ball****
The Harlem Globetrotters add the 18 year old Philly phenom as their '3 point specialist' in front of the hometown crowd....

His team mates quickly christen him KG3
By halftime he's a fan favorite.
This is what he wanted for his birthday to come and see you.

In the third quarter he gets the call.
Now checking into the game, give it up for Ben Salem's own KG3!!!!!!

And answers it.
KG 3 beautiful move back there. KG 3 and the shot! Its up!!! Its good!!!

Hits 3  KG3 yes!! The Globetrotters take the lead KG3 with the hot hand jersey.

A lesson to all those kids who just want a chance to get in the game.
And the parents who stick by them every step of the way.

Kids with special needs have a lot of abilities you don't even know. Don't underestimate them. Challenge them. Make sure they can reach their full potential.