FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – The TCU men’s and women’s’ basketball team had a day on the practice courts they will never forget.

Hosting a group of Special Olympians on campus allowed the Horned Frogs players to teach some of their skills and learn a thing or two as well.

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TCU women’s basketball coach Raegan Pebley said, “I know this is an awesome day for them (Special Olympians) …. but it feels selfish because this is a awesome day for all of us.”

TCU women’s basketball coach Raegan Pebley with Special Olympian. (Bret Kelly – CBS 11)

TCU men’s basketball coach Jamie Dixon says his team has a feeling of “appreciation… thankfulness and this is just another reminder.”

TCU men’s basketball coach Jamie Dixon with Special Olympians. (Bret Kelly – CBS 11)

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Make no mistake, these special athletes were not about to back down from a few Division I players.

Paxton Alexander, a Special Olympian from Rhome, Texas, says he wasn’t about to share any of his basketball tricks with the Horned Frogs.

Becky Hinson, a Special Olympian from Decatur, Texas says “they tried to steal the ball and I stole theirs right back. They weren’t expecting that.”

TCU basketball teams host Special Olympians (courtesy: TCU Basketball)

It was a day full of fun for Special Olympians and college basketball players alike.

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A true slam dunk.