NBA player surprises his aunt and grandma with a brand new car
Indiana Pacers forward Myles Turner has a "family first" mentality, and he proved that this week when he took to social media to share a surprise that he carefully crafted for his aunt and grandma.
He surprised them with a brand new, bow-dressed car and captured the whole emotional experience on video:
"My grandma and aunt are responsible for getting me here," Turner says in the Facebook Live video.
He explains that they would support him at his games, drive him to practices and they served as constant motivators as his career progressed.
The women were totally shocked and appreciative towards Turner's generosity. According to the basketball star, his aunt and grandma had been driving the same car his entire life. The video shows them exploring the new SUV completely in awe of their new vehicle.
"This is the smallest thing I could do," Turner said about giving back to his family members.
"SMALL?!" his aunt interjected.
Turner concludes the stream by telling fans, "don't forget who got you here."
He certainly didn't.
Watch the full Facebook Live video here:
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