TEEN IS THE 1ST PLAYER WITH AUTISM TO SCORE IN DIVISION 1 BASKETBALL GAME!

A 19-year-old Arkansas teen became the first player with autism to score in a Division 1 basketball game. Kalin Bennet made history when he took the floor for the Kent State Gold Flashes and scored his first basket with two-and-a-half minutes left on the clock. Kent State went on to win the game 97-58. Bennett went 1-for-3 in the game, with two rebounds and a block

 

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