Transcript for Boy Sinks 2 Half-Court Shots to Win Championship Game
We have our own mini March madness going on about an 8-year-old who is scoring big. Check him out. Amazing. Saved his team in the final seconds sinking not one but two half-court shots in the same game. The kid is a star and our nick watt went out on a one-on-one with the second grade superstar. Reporter: Jack Jeffery is in second grade, 8 years old and he is 4'6" tall. Now, watch this. Championship final, jack's beloved blue devils down by three. Six seconds left. Jack from way downtown. Do you always think it's going to go in? Yeah. Defense! Reporter: A half-court buzzer beater, grown men are dancing. And now we're deep in overtime. Score is tied. Jack again from the half-court, just one second left. My friend jimmy, his dad didn't think I would do it. Reporter: Eat that, jimmy's dad. Nothing but net and the blue devils win. Straight through and the place erupted. It was amazing. Reporter: His dad's home movie collection and today's practice confirm, it was no fluke. You know, you have to hold your form. More like it. I didn't even -- I know. What do you want to be when you grow up. I want to be an NBA player. Reporter: Jumping jack Jeffery for the clutch. For "Good morning America," ABC news, nick watt. He's been playing since he was 4 and we can see nick needs a few more lessons. Wasn't quite as smooth. Great story. Not one but two. With pressure, one second left. He said the right thing. He said when I shoot I believe it's going in. That is all -- Believe in yourself. You know that to be an athlete, you got to believe. I believe in this.
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