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Viral basketball sensation Jason McElwain visits NSU camp

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Not everyone is born with the kind of physical talent of most great athletes, but that doesn't mean they too can't have their day in the spotlight.  One such person was in Natchitoches Wednesday at Northwestern's Demon basketball day camp.  

Jason McElwain, an autistic high school basketball manager, who was allowed to play at the end of one game in 2006 and hit a memorable three-pointer that went viral, spoke with the children at the camp and with KTBS. The heartwarming story that's still pulling heart strings Thursday at six o'clock.

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