Originally written on NESN.com  |  Last updated 11/19/14
LeBron James is usually the one making the clutch shots, but Friday night he was on the sidelines for the most expensive basket of the night. However, that didn’t stop him from celebrating like he had just won the NBA championship again. Michael Drysch, a 50-year-old computer technician, made a half-court shot during the Heat game on Friday, winning $75,000 and the warm embrace of a superstar. As soon as Drysch nailed an impressive hook shot, James left the Heat huddle and immediately ran to Drysch, hugging and tackling him along the way. The celebration between the unlikely pair is enough to make even James’ biggest haters smile. Watch the two greatest moments of Drysch’s life below.
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2 Comments:
  • The one and only reason La Queen Jane made an ass out of himself was because he knew the world was watching and the tv cameras were rolling,so he had to get his ugly mug in front of the camera.I can almost bet that he went out and bought all the newspapers that spashed that picture on the front page.ATTENTION GETTER.
  • Sweet Story. I like this one better than the Obama bear hug story.
    -Scott
    Author of The Best Bear Hugs Ever
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