I attended the Bucks game last night and had some incredible freebie Row 4 seats just off the court. For those that don't know, rows 7 and lower are granted access to a private bar/resturant located in the tunnels where the players run through to the locker room. Right before half time I was heading to the bar for a refill, and we noticed a long line of people were forming around the roped off area where the Pacers run through to the locker room. We stopped and watched them come down the tunnel. Right in front of me was a little boy, couldn't have been more than 6 or 7. He was right up against the ropes. People were high fiving the Pacers as they came through but this kid was so far forward most of the Pacers had already turned the corner heading for the locker room. It wasn't that they were ignoring him, they just couldn't see him. Jermaine was towards the end of the line of Pacers coming through, and he just catches the kids outstreched hand right before he turns the corner. He does like a double take runs over and shakes the kids hand. The kid was absolutely frozen. Jermaine said "Hi" to him and the kids eyes were just locked on Jermaine. Jermaine smiled than hustled off to the locker room, he was gone probably 10 seconds or so and the kids hand is still stuck out like he was still holding Jermaine's hand. Everyone that was around us that witnessed the exchange were laughing so hard. But you could tell from this kid's reaction that this would be one of those life long memories he would never forget. It's nice to see a pro athlete, recognize the "feel-good" role model power they hold, and use it appropriately. I was glad that I was lucky enough to be walking by and witness it.