College Team Gives Terminally Ill Teen a Chance to Fulfill Basketball Dream

Lauren Hill, 19, won't let an inoperable brain condition stop her from making it to the court.
1:21 | 10/24/14

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A freshman at mount Saint Joseph in Ohio. Is about to play her first college basketball game. The loss to be her last. Nineteen year old Lauren hill as a rare form of brain cancer. It's inoperable and terminal and doctors told her at best. Shall it until December. She's refusing to give up that even when she found out last year her senior year in high school. She became an inspiration for her teammates playing basketball all undergoing chemotherapy and radiation at the same time. And which got the Saint Joseph the team rallied around her moving mountains. She could play one last game. Tickets for that game more than 101000. Police sold out and just an hour her coach clearly emotional. Says that final game will be incredible. Bittersweet. It's the basis we'd hear that crowd that windows can be sold out. Between the sea or make them fail. And a highly unusual move the basketball writers' association just voted to give floor in the Pat Summitt most courageous award. Lawrence last game will be Sunday November 2.

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