ORLANDO, Fla. - The Orlando Magic said it is introducing a "Magic Maker" program for central Florida youth who have had or are experiencing life-threatening medical conditions Wednesday.
The Magic said the program will fulfill the dreams of children on 25 occasions in honor of its 25th anniversary season.
Caleb Dominguez, 10, was one of the children who got to experience the "magic," according to a release. Dominguez was born with cerebral palsy.
"It's just such a great feeling to see a kid like Caleb smiling and having fun," Orlando Magic player Maurice Harkless said. "It's also humbling to realize how fortunate we are as NBA players to do what we do. So if we can do just a little bit to make someone's day, it's so important."