Philadelphia 76ers surprise longtime national anthem singer with new wheelchair
PHILADELPHIA - Ron Brooks, the longtime anthem singer for the Philadelphia 76ers, was given an amazing surprise at Sunday's game.
The team presented Brooks, who is a double amputee, with a new wheelchair after singing the anthem.
The Sixers longtime national anthem singer Ron Brooks was gifted a new wheelchair at Sunday's game against Miami Heat. (Philadelphia 76ers)
Sunday's appearance was also his first game back since February 2020.
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The Sixers say Brooks is loved by everyone and he had a great return ahead of the team's victory over Miami Heat to tie the series 2 -2.
Sixers' longtime national anthem singer Ron Brooks smiles after being gifted a new wheelchair. (Philadelphia 76ers)