Teen With Down Syndrome Inks 2-Day NBA Deal

Kevin Grow served as his high school basketball team's manager before signing with the Philadelphia 76ers.
3:00 | 02/18/14

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The city of brotherly love is living up to its nickname and here's why the Philadelphia 76ers have signed Kevin grow to a ceremonial two day contract. Groh has Down syndrome and served as his high school's team manager for four years. When he. Fifty. I know you can QB who played defense to -- I say we give lip reading. -- caught the team's attention when he played in the final two games of the season for Ben Salem high school. Scoring fourteen points including 33 point shots. -- took part in a shoot around with some of his new sixers teammates they gave them a custom team Jersey and tonight he'll be courtside when Philadelphia takes on Cleveland.

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