LeBron James, Kevin Durant and all the other NBA superstars might want to watch their backs.

On Monday, the Utah Jazz agreed to terms with a young free agent who immediately proved to be a human highlight reel on the hard-court.

JP Gibson, 5, – who has been battling leukemia since he was 2 – signed his one-day contract with the Jazz with a blue crayon, threw on his uniform and took part in the team’s annual preseason scrimmage at EnergySolutions Arena.

Standing just over 3 feet tall and weighing a tad under 40 lbs., JP lived his dream in front of a roaring crowd, dribbling circles around some of his NBA idols and scoring with a thunderous, two-handed slam dunk – with a little assistance, of course.

Watch the heart-warming clip from Fox and Friends above and check out the full YouTube clip below.


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