This is just one of those stories that kinda gets ya. It's about a high school basketball team in El Paso, Texas.
The team's manager - Mitchell Marcus - loves basketball. He also has a developmental disability.
In the last game of the season, the team's coach decided - without anyone knowing - that Mitchell was going to play near the end of the game - regardless of the score.
True to his word, the coach put Mitchell in with 1:30 left.
What happened in those 90 seconds was like something out of a movie - all leading up to a wonderful act of sportsmanship.
Check out the video at the top of the page. You won't regret it.
This story brings to mind another video we showed on the show several years back.
In it, a high school student named Jason McElwain from Rochester, New York. Like Mitchell, he was the basketball team's manager.
Jason is autistic and in the last game of the season, he got into the game and had one of the greatest moments of his life.
You can watch his story here.
via CBS News