Found March 26, 2013 on
Beyond The Buzzer:
In February, young Kings fan, Tyler Hallsey, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. When asked by his parents if he could do anything, what he’d want to do, Tyler said he wanted to meet Kings guard, Jimmer Fredette. The Sacramento Kings & Jimmer Fredette made it happen – in March, Tyler, assuming he was just going to see a Kings game, flew to Sacramento from Arizona, only to meet his idol, Fredette and watch the Kings take on the Bucks.
Watch Tyler “Whatever It Takes” Hallsey’s dream come in this truly touching video:
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