OU's James Fraschilla makes dazzling trick shot video for a cause

The Oklahoma Sooners have an Internet star on their bench and he's making dazzling trick shots in hopes of raising money for a foundation.

James Frischilla, son of ESPN personality Fran Frischilla, has made just one field goal in his 2 1/2 seasons with the Sooners. To date, the junior guard from Dallas has 5 points in his college career, but he's earning some definite karma points.

James made the above video with hopes that people will watch and done to Hayden's Hope, a Children's Transplant Association. Hayden's Hope was founded by ESPN personality and OU grad Dari Nowkhah. Nowkah's son, Hayden, died in Sept. 2011 as he was waiting on a heart transplant at a North Carolina hospital.

Nowkhah went to Union High School in Tulsa and graduated with a broadcast journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma.

Watch Frischilla's video above, which also features an appearance from Trevor Knight, and then click here for more information on the good cause.

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