LeBron Special Olympics teen
After the Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Boston Celtics, 89-77, on the road Tuesday night, LeBron James sought a certain fan out.
According to reports from the Cavaliers, Boston-area high school student named Aaron Miller, 16, was recognized during the game as the MVP of the Special Olympics, according to ESPN.
James greeted Miller during the game. Afterward, James gave Miller the shoes from his own feet.
According to Boston Herald Celtics reporter Steve Bulpett, James met up with Miller again, this time bearing gifts.
LeBron had a moment with 'Hero Among Us' Aaron Miller, 16, of Newton, a player who's overcome brain damage at birth. pic.twitter.com/VGIga8ClNQ
— Steve Bulpett (@SteveBHoop) December 16, 2015