Video: James Fraschilla’s Trick Shots for Hayden’s Hope
The holidays always seem to bring out the best in people. James Fraschilla, a freshman at Oklahoma, decided to get into the holiday spirit by making a trick shot video. Fraschilla wasn’t just making this for fun, mind you. Fraschilla made the video to benefit Hayden’s Hope, a children’s organ transplant charity.
Hayden’s Hope derives its name from Hayden Nowkhah. Hayden is the son of Dari Nowkhah, the ESPN sportscaster. Tragically, Hayden only lasted 39 days before passing away. Hayden was in need of a heart transplant and the Nowkhah family created Hayden’s Hope to raise awareness for children in need of transplants.
The trick shots may not be the greatest, but that is not the point. Support Hayden’s Hope. Christmas may be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t help give the gift of life by supporting the charity.
Thanks to Bro Bible for the video.
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