Celtics "Super Fan" on Bittersweet Game 6
Auxiliary Bishop at Archdiocese of Milwaukee Donald Hying joins a prayer during the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' biannual meeting Wednesday, June 13, 2012, in Atlanta. The national gathering is the bishops' first since dioceses filed a dozen lawsuits against an Obama administration mandate that most employers provide health insurance covering birth control. The rule generally exempts houses of worship, but faith-affiliated hospitals, charities and schools would have to comply. (AP Photo/David Goldman) / David Goldman
On Monday, "The Early Show" met a man who really earned the title of "super fan."
A couple weeks ago, Tyler McGill won a bet and courtside seats from his buddies after walking the 218-mile trek from Boston to New York.
McGill caused such a buzz "The Early Show" featured him on the broadcast and then decided to make another one of his dreams come true. "The Early Show" sent him to Los Angeles for Game 6 of the National Basketball Association Championship between the L.A. Lakers and the Boston Celtics.
The Celtics loss the game 89 to 67.
On "The Early Show" Wednesday, McGill said he's trying to recover from the loss.
However, McGill said the entire experience was different with a press pass. He even had a chance to do a "snow angel" motion on the Lakers' emblem on the court.
For more with McGill, click on the video below.
Watch CBS News Videos Online
- Dad Punishes Daughter with Free Babysitter Ad Play Video
- How to stop junk mail - forever
- Helen Mirren named "Body of the Year" Play Video
- Memorial Day's true meaning Play Video
- Best Low-Tech Cell Phones Suitable for Seniors
- Legit Work-from-Home Websites - and the Scams
- Best Wheeled-Luggage for Your Budget
- Lorena Bobbitt, 15 Years Later