- Isaac Okoro has bought a new Range Rover for his parents after being picked by Cleveland Cavaliers
- The 19-year-old took his parents out of the house to show them the new car
- Okoro's mother and father were both spotted in great joyous momentum after they saw the Range Rover
Nigerian basketball player Isaac Okoro has surprised his parents in America by buying a nice Range Rover for them to celebrate his success after being picked by Cleveland Cavaliers.
It was a big achievement for Isaac Okoro when his name came out in the 2020 draft list for Cleveland Cavaliers which is expected to take his career to a new level.
After being called by the NBA giants, Isaac Okoro took his parents out of their house and pointed to the car he bought for them.
In the video shared on Instagram, Isaac Okoro's father was spotted shouting with happiness after he saw the new Range Rover.
Friends and other family members were also happy with what Isaac did for his parents and they all rejoiced together.
Isaac Okoro is expected to sign a four-year deal with Cleveland Cavaliers in what will be an incredible achievement.
Okoro first started playing basketball in a church League in the Atlanta area after his parents emigrated to the United States from Nigeria.
He eventually became one of the top high school players in the country and spent 1 year at Auburn where he was named 2nd team All-SEC in 2020.
Isaac also played for the United States at the 2018 FIBA Under 17 Basketball World Cup which was held in Argentina.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how NBA Draft 2020 saw no fewer than eight Nigerians selected by NBA clubs ahead of the new basketball season, with the new season kick-starting next month.
It was indeed a historic moment for the West African country as players of their heritage will campaign elite competition next term.
The draws which were staged on Thursday saw Isaac Okoro, born in the US to Nigerian parents become the highest-drafted player after Michael Olowokandi since 1998.
Okoro, 19, is a small forward from Auburn and was drafted number five overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Onyeka Okongwu came in as number six draft by the Atlanta Hawks, and that sparked emotions as the 20-year-old paid tribute to his older brother, Nnamdi, who died through a skateboarding accident in 2014.
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