One disabled athlete thanked Ollie for his donation.
"I think it's gonna be great," the little athlete said.
"It feels great just to give back to the community, and the commitment of Jonathan's Dream," Ollie said. "And to have me a part of, it takes a commitment from everybody."
Ollie said it's about contributing beyond one's self, that's what he teaches his players.
"The heart of a champion is playing level 5 and touching every line," Ollie said. "No matter if somebody's watching, no matter if every coach in the world is watching, you touch those lines and do a great job on and off the basketball court. You're a champion, growing and improving."
Now he's committed to "keep" improving the lives of all athletes of all abilities.
"I'm gonna come over here in the summertime and the springtime and just sit on the bench and relax and watch all the kids playing," Ollie said. "It's gonna be a wonderful, wonderful sight to see this court go up."
Ollie said he's not stopping here and he wants to make sure these kinds of courts are built in communities throughout Connecticut.
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