Meeting of a lifetime for one Schalmont basketball player

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ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – One lucky eighth-grader to had an experience of a lifetime.

Schalmont basketball player Nick Decker and his dad were in Georgia putting a coy pond at Shaquille O’Neal’s mansion.

Shaq showed up, asked his name, gave him a fist bump, said he did a good job and revealed the coy pond to him Shaq. They said it was raining but they still worked through the weather and Shaq noticed their hard work and handed Nick a signed sneaker.

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