If not then you need to spend a few minutes reading this very inspiring story and watching the video.
It took four minutes. Four measly minutes for high school senior Jason McElwain to morph from a relatively unknown student manager of the Greece Athena basketball team into a nationwide inspiration.
In those 240 seconds, the 5-foot-6 kid with autism, in his first-ever appearance in a high school game, scored 20 points and tied a school record with six 3-pointers. The grainy video clip of his jaw-dropping accomplishment — and the pandemonium that ensued in the gym — has made its way from Greece Athena in Rochester, N.Y., to “Good Morning America,” “SportsCenter” and CNN. And as much as it tugs at the emotions of sports fans all across the country, its most significant impact might be felt within the autism community, where doctors, parents and educators are still buzzing about what this all could mean for the treatment of this disease.