The vast majority of us have two fully functional arms and still aren't that good at basketball (sorry to crush your hoop dreams, fam). So being able to hoop with just one arm is damn-near impossible then, right? High school player Landus Anderson is defying the odds. Anderson was born with a condition called Erb’s Palsy, which results in the paralysis of the arm’s main nerves but that hasn't stopped him from putting up 9 points, 8 rebounds and 2.9 steals per game for his Florida High team. Now excuse us while we bump this and try to do something meaningful with our lives.