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Rondo & Celtics Make 12 Year Old Boy’s Wish Come True[VIDEO]

Rajon Rondo and the Boston Celtics had a very special guest at one of last week’s home games.

Louis Corbett is a 12-year old boy from New Zealand, who has a degenerative eye disease which will one day leave him legally blind and his biggest wish before he loses his sight was to watch the Boston Celtics and his favorite player, Rajon Rondo, play basketball at TD Garden.

More than $25,000 was raised to fly Louis and his family to Boston, where he was given the VIP treatment. Their trip to America will also include trips to the Grand Canyon, Niagra Falls, the Empire State building and Google headquarters in California.

Watch video of Louis and his night at the Garden with the C’s

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