J-Mac . . . Hoop Dreams Do Come True!

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Jason McElwain

Jason McElwain, a senior at Greece Athena High School in New York, was the student manager for the school’s basketball team when coach Jim Johnson called his name in the final game of the year with 4:19 left to play. It was the first and only game J-Mac would ever play in.

The crowd went wild, holding up photo-signs of Jason’s face. Jason, you see, is autistic. And what happened over the final 4:19 of that game was nothing short of magical. If J-Mac’s story doesn’t inspire you, nothing will.



Here is a look at the aftermath of Jason’s heroics, narrated by Tom Rinaldi, who also narrated the first video.






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Phil is the author of Through God’s Eyes: Finding Peace and Purpose in a Troubled World, a comprehensive guide to living a spiritual life. Who will benefit from reading it?

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4 Responses to “J-Mac . . . Hoop Dreams Do Come True!”

  1. Cherrie Bolsta Wozniak Says:

    This story is so awesome!! Having had an experience, that was a little like this, with one of the athletes from Special Olympics, I can feel the excitement on the floor of that basketball court! I truly love this story.

  2. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Thanks, cuz! Yes, that place must have been absolutely electric!

  3. Jim Cim Says:

    I have a Down Syndrome son, so I loved the story.

  4. Phil Bolsta Says:

    Yes, outer appearances can be deceiving, can’t they, Jim? Other people may think nobody’s home but there’s a joyous soul inside singing music that only it may be able to hear. I learned that firsthand with my dad:
    http://bolstablog.wordpress.com/2008/08/04/still-there/

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