Jason McElwain took the country by storm 10 years ago as a senior at Greece-Athena High School (N.Y.). The school basketball team's manager — who has a mild form of autism — suited up in the Trojans' season finale, scoring 20 points (including six-straight 3-pointers) in just under four minutes of play. 

The man known as "J-Mac" was back to his magical ways on Sunday. 

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McElwain signed a one-day contract and played in the final regular-season game of the Rochester RazorSharks (Premier Basketball League). He played the final 3:58 and scored 10 points, going 4 of 8 from the field (2 of 3 from 3-point range), according to the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. 

The RazorSharks held a commanding lead by the time "J-Mac" entered in the fourth quarter and went on to win 128-78. 

McElwain, 27, now works at a grocery store in Western New York and is an assistant coach on the Greece-Athena boys varsity basketball team, according to the Rochester Democr

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