The Orlando Magic launched the Magic FIT program on Thursday to "promote the health and wellness" of over 200 kids from the community. It also took down a little girl — a victim of an Aaron Gordon crossover.
While leading local youngsters in basketball drills, Gordon, the fourth overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, drew double coverage from a pair of girls who looked about seven or eight years old.
One of the girls, employing a rather unorthodox style of defense, ran around the six-foot-nine Gordon wildly and got her ankles broken when the rookie crossed over.
The girl collected herself on the floor while Gordon skated away laughing.