GOOD NEWS MUST-SEE: NBA's Jazz Give 1-Day Contract to Kid Battling Cancer
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.