Instant Replay: Grandson Of Former BYU QB Gives ‘Dame Time’ Celebration During Junior Jazz Game
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The grandson of a former BYU quarterback gave the crowd a “Dame Time” celebration in honor of during a recent Junior Jazz basketball game.
Bo, the grandson of National Champion and former BYU gunslinger Blaine Fowler, buried a jump shot during one of his Jr. Jazz basketball games.
After the bucket, Bo turned to the crowd, as well as the camera, and like former Weber State and current Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard, began to tap on his wrist to signify his “Dame Time” moment.
“This is my grandson Bo!” Fowler wrote on a retweet featuring video of Bo’s play and celebration. “I went to this game and died when he went to the “Dame Time” reference after knocking down the J – keep knocking em down Bo man!”
About Junior Jazz
According to the Utah Jazz, Junior Jazz is “the longest-running youth basketball league in the NBA” and “impacts the lives of more than 60,000 youth every year.”
Junior Jazz programs are run through Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming.
Junior Jazz “emphasizes the development of teamwork and fundamental basketball skills—accompanied by positive adult participation—and features a sportsmanship initiative that recognizes and rewards kids, coaches and parents. Each year, top-ranking sportsmanship winners are invited to a party at Vivint Smart Home Arena.”
For information on Junior Jazz visit JazzYouth.com.
Damian Lillard this season
It’s no surprise that Bo would celebrate like Lillard.
This season, the former Weber State great is on a tear. He is currently averaging 29.6 points per game, which ranks No. 3 among NBA players.
Lillard was recently selected as an NBA All-Star for the sixth time in his career.
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