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Also, from NBC, a beautiful and touching story about a deaf boy, Zeke Ortiz, who has become part of a very competitive hearing basketball team.
"If you see someone scoring, if you see someone aggressive, if you see someone really hustling for the ball, eventually they're going give you the ball because they're going to trust you," Coach Cobb said. "Kids are about trust sometimes."
The other players on the team say he's "the best."
"He's fast," 7-year-old Joziah Cobb said.
"He shoots a whole bunch of three's," 7-year-old Andrew Spencer said.
Two championships later, Zeke and his family created a video to teach the team how to sign helpful basketball terminology. One teammate even signed up for an American Sign Language course this summer.
"It's a gift to be deaf," Ortiz(his father) said. "There's no reason to let being deaf be a barrier for us in any way."
Next up for Zeke and the Playmakers — the AAU National Championship game in Maryland.