High school basketball player Landus Anderson is one of the top players in the state of Florida averaging an impressive 19 points-per-game. And he does it all with the use of only one arm.
The slender, 6-fout-4-inch junior suffered an injury at birth that disabled every nerve in his right arm. But he doesn’t like that word and doesn’t consider himself disabled.
His parents placed a basketball in his hand when he was only three, and saw the determination that would show up in all areas of his life — academics, community service, and sports.
(WATCH the video below, or READ the AP story in the Wash Post)