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In December 2013, four neighborhood elementary-school-aged boys knocked on the door of an NBA player — Sacramento Kings guard Jimmer Fredette — and asked him to come out and shoot baskets with them. For an hour, Mr. Fredette and the four boys shot baskets in a driveway. Mr. Fredette, who had not met the four boys before they knocked on his door, said, “They had some good courage to go up and talk to me and ask me to do that. I don’t know if I would have had the courage at that age to do that.” Jim “T-Bone” Cole, one of the boys, said, “It’s just really cool to meet somebody [famous] that you don’t have to pay. You just ask them to come over.”
For Further Information: “Kings Guard Jimmer Fredette Shoots Hoops In The Driveway With Neighborhood Kids.” Thepostgame.com. 13 December 2013
For Further Information: “Jimmer Fredette shoots hoops with young neighbors.” News 10 (Sacramento, California). Accessed 16 December 2013.
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