'Zags Manager Who Was Paralyzed Walks For First Time On Senior Night

The highlight of the Gonzaga men's basketball season happened during a stop in the action the other night.

A former 'Zags hoops manager, who was paralyzed in 2014, took his first steps on the hardwood in front of the McCarthey Athletic Center crowd. Mac Graff, was paralyzed just few years ago after a hunting accident. Graff busted his butt for two years in physical therapy so he could walk on the court just one time for Senior Night. 

He apparently didn't tell anyone what he was planning on doing, which is why the crowd and team went crazy.

Gonzaga beat Saint Mary's 86-76 to improve 29-and-2 on the season which helped the team move back up to second in the college basketball Top 25 rankings.

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