Wednesday, March 29, 2017

WVU Coach Seider’s son meets John Wall, Washington Wizards through Make-A-Wish Foundation

To West Virginia running backs Coach JuJuan Seider, only a few things are more important than the game of football.

One of those things is his son, Jaden Seider. In 2015, Jaden was diagnosed with lymphoma, a cancer of the lymph nodes.

Through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a foundation with a “vision to grant the wish of every child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition (per wish.org),” Jaden’s biggest wish was granted this past Saturday.

His wish? To meet the Washington Wizards basketball team.

Seider helped NBA player John Wall accept his award for Eastern Conference Player of the Month. (Photo Credit: @johnwall)

Seider helped NBA player John Wall accept his award for Eastern Conference Player of the Month. (Photo Credit: @johnwall)

Not only did he meet the players and coaching staff, but he also got the opportunity to present one of the NBA’s biggest stars, John Wall, with the Eastern Conference Player of the Month award for the month of December.

Also, according to his dad’s Twitter, Jaden got to meet some Washington Wizards cheerleaders.

(Photo Credit: @coachseider)

(Photo Credit: @coachseider)

Back in July, JaJuan Seider updated this Twitter followers with the following message:

(via @coachseider)

(via @coachseider)

Best wishes to Jaden and the entire Seider family for continued health and happiness!

Information in this article via CSN Mid-Atlantic

Cover image credit: @MonumentalNtwrk

 

 

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