(Memphis) People in Memphis made a dream come true for St. Jude patient Josh Hardy.
WREG first told you about Josh's fight for an experimental drug that would save his life in February after he caught a virus after undergoing a bone marrow transplant.
He finally got the medicine, and is now on the road to recovery,
Josh's wish was to feel well enough to go to Thursday's Grizzlies game against the Miami Heat and see his favorite player, LeBron James.
People in Memphis made it happen.
First Call Ambulance gave him a ride for free, Radians Inc. offered its suite, Mark Hardin gave his court side seats, and the Memphis Grizzles hooked him up with gear.
"It's just so heartwarming to have people so generous," said Aimee Hardy, Josh's mother.
After 70 days in the intensive care unit at St. Jude, Hardy, his parents and three brothers got to leave the hospital and be a normal family.
"It was like Christmas morning! I couldn't stop thinking about it and what it was going to look like," said Aimee.
Not long after Josh settled in, his favorite Grizzlies player dropped in to say hi.
Quincy Pondexter got all his teammates to sign a basketball for Josh, and the two hung out until the game.
"This young fellow right here is a warrior," Pondexter said.
Josh's immune system is still weak.
He has a long road ahead, but for a few hours, all that was forgotten as the little guy felt like a kid again.
"Thank you everybody for helping me get here!" Josh said.
WREG asked LeBron James, via the Heat media team, if he would be willing to meet Josh.
We were told he declined.
The great news is if all goes as planned, Josh could be out of the hospital Thursday and in an apartment in Memphis.
He hopes to go back to North Carolina by July.