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The playground was packed with cheers as students watched Special K's smooth ball handling skills.Nicolas Hidalgo talked about watching the Globetrotter. NBC 6's David Jeannot reports.
With lots of laughs, cool tricks and crazy basketball skills, Kevin “Special K” Daley of the Harlem Globetrotters put on an entertaining show for some good students at Palmetto Elementary School.
"Man look at these kids faces, that is the rewarding part of being a Harlem Globetrotter," said Daley.
The playground was packed with cheers as students watched Special K's smooth ball handling skills.
Nicolas Hidalgo is a fourth grader and he was especially surprised when “Amos the wonder horse” came out on the court to show off his dunking ability.
"It was really cool watching Amos and everything," said Hidalgo.
It's all part of an important school initiative they're bringing to 400 schools around the country to teach the ABCs of bullying prevention.
“I never thought like an actually basketball player would come to our school and I’ve never heard of the Globe Trotters, but it’s cool to know that he’s helping us with a bullying prevention,” Hidalgo said.
Special K says the ABC’s of Bullying Prevention are just some tips for kids to know how to deal with bullying.
The A stands for action, the B stands for Bravery and the C stands for companion. The purpose of the Globertotter visit is because Palmetto Elementary has been recognized as a "No Place for Hate" school for the last two years.