Porter Ellett isn’t like other basketball players his age. Sure, he can dribble the ball around almost any other player, score 3 point shots, and averages at least 16 points a game; but that isn’t what sets him apart from other players.
You see, Porter plays basketball with only one arm.
You would think that a person with his disability wouldn’t compete in a sport that required hands to score points, but Porter is an exception. People like this young man are true inspirations for anyone trying to make something of themselves, disabled or not.