After LeBron James and the visiting, Cavaliers beat the Celtics in Boston. James discussed the nice moment he shared with 16-year-old Special Olympian Aaron Miller during the game.
“I wasn’t able to hear the whole story because I was actually in the game and Coach was drawing up a play,” James said. “But I looked up at the Jumbotron and seen what he had been through and where he is now, and I think the doctor said he would never walk again or talk again or something like that. I looked up there and I just . . . this game is so much more than basketball. Also, I seen he had my shoes on. I designed those shoes for kids with conditions where they’re not able to tie their own shoestrings, and he had a pair on.”
Aaron Miller, who was born with severe brain damage. Overcame odds to become a two-sport athlete and was being honored at TD Garden by the Celtics for contribution to his community. As an added touch, James also gifted Miller his game worn shoes.
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