Ian, 16, a patient at Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, gets help spinning a basketball on his finger from Tyrone Brown of the Harlem Globetrotters, who were in Salt Lake City for a Monday evening game at the Salt Palace. Ian and other hospital patients were visited by Brown and Sterling Forbes, who showed the children how to spin the ball on their fingers and how to roll it behind their neck and along their arms. Forbes said he is thrilled when he sees the glow and excitement in the eyes of young people. "We're going to show you guys a little bit of ball handling, but we can't show you everything, because we've got to save some for tonight," Brown said. The Globetrotters will play another game at 7:30 Tuesday night at Brigham Young University.