BOSTON (AP) - The Boston third-grader who narrowly missed a bullet that came through his bedroom wall and left a smoking hole in his Boston Celtics jersey has met the player whose shirt he was wearing.
Preston Jackson and his family attended Tuesday night's Celtics game against the Miami Heat, where they met Rajon Rondo.
Rondo says he couldn't believe the stories he heard of Preston's harrowing experience on April 17, calling it a "senseless act."
Several shots were fired in the street in front of Preston's home. Police are investigating.
Preston called his meeting with the All Star point guard "the best moment of my life."
He also left with a bag full of Celtics stuff, including a new jersey, this one with Rondo's autograph.
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