(SEATTLEPI) — OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Dribbling up the court in the biggest game of his life, Tanner Fike heard his coach's voice.
"Turn it over," the coach shouted.
Tanner didn't know what to do. Turn it over on purpose? In the national championship game?
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He dribbled between his legs and lost control a bit, and in the stands, his dad, a church pastor, grumbled under his breath.
"Why you doin' all that fancy dribbling?" he said.
Neither the pastor nor anyone else in the packed arena knew that they were the ones about to get a lesson in love and compassion.