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Keith Smart is a former college and pro basketball player, and he showed on Wednesday that he still has the moves.
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry tried throwing a pass to teammate Jarrett Jack, but it was way off the mark. The ball looked like it was going to head into the first row and hit a young boy wearing a Warriors jersey and jacket who was sitting courtside. Luckily the Sacramento coach slid in to grab the ball, and then he asked the youngster for a five.
Maybe it was good karma from the save that led the Kings to win the game 105-98.
GIF via SB Nation
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Sacramento Kings head coach Keith Smart saved a kid last night. Got a low five. Smiles.
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Stephen Curry threw a wild cross court pass during Wednesday’s game against Sacramento that nearly wiped out a young boy sitting courtside. Luckily, Kings head coach, Keith Smart, was there to save the day, catching the ball just before hitting the frightened boy and giving him a high five.
Video via The Score It’s even better in GIF form (via SB Nation):
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