Nov 2, 2021
Scott was diagnosed with bone cancer when he was just 14 years
old which resulted in the loss of his right leg above the
When he would hop around the house without his prosthetic leg,
his mother gave him the nickname "Thumper".
Since his cancer diagnosis and loss of his right leg, he has
gone on to become the first above-knee amputee to play in a
professional basketball game and also co-founded a nonprofit, ABI,
which hosts benefit charity basketball games wot help kids with
cancer and their families.
He has been awarded Community Hero, Fox 4 Hometown Hero, CBS
11 Texan with Character, AFLAC Duckprint Award, Camp Sanguinity
Counselor of the Year, and many others.
In September 2018, it was Scott's 20th Year of Remission from
He has spoken to Thousands of Kids and People all over the
United States to share his story and testimony. He has the heart to
serve others with everything he does and continues to show people
'Not What He Has Done But What God Has Done In His Life'.
His mission is to give people hope through his story in hopes it
will plant a seed or strengthen their relationship with
For more information about James Roberts (the host of the
podcast), visit jamesowenroberts.com and connect
with him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram