Santa Rosa Tubbs Fire survivor gets another surprise from Harlem Globetrotter

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KGO) -- One year after the Tubbs Fire destroyed a girl's Santa Rosa home, along with her prosthetic legs inside, she's reuniting with a star that helped her recover.

Ten-year-old Lilly Biagini met Harlem Globetrotters athlete Zeus McClurkin after the fires.

The two met up in Texas Tuesday, where Lilly now lives.

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Lilly's new prosthetic legs make it difficult for her to shoot a traditional basketball shot, so Zeus taught her his patented bounce shot.

Lilly and her mom will also get to join the Globetrotters when they play in Texas over Thanksgiving weekend.

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