Clip of the Morning: High School Basketball Player Can Still Ball With Only One Arm (Video)

In a sport that relies so heavily on ambidexterity, high school basketball player Landus Anderson is defying the odds. Born with a condition called Erb’s Palsy, which results in the paralysis of the arm’s main nerves, Anderson has lived his entire life without having full function of his right arm. However, that has not stopped him from posting an impressive 19 points, 8 rebounds and 2.9 steals per game for his Florida High team. Truly inspirational.  

[via Off The Bench]

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