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Sky Sign 14-Year-Old with Cerebral Palsy to Fulfill Wish

CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Sky has signed a 14-year-old girl with cerebral palsy to a one-day contract to fulfill her dream of being a professional basketball player.

Kiara Hood, of the Chicago suburb of Blue Island, and her family spent Friday with the team as they prepared to take on the Washington Mystics at Allstate Arena.

Kiara got to join the team for a shoot-around, was formally signed and took questions from media.

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