SAVANNAH, Georgia - Little six-year-old Savannah Stubenberger, who was named after her grandmother Savannah Bacardi, has become one of the town of Savannah's most famous residents.
Little Savannah, who attends Mrs. Robert E. Lee Elementary School, is blessed with the ability to predict the winners of professional basketball games 99% of the time.
Her father, Mango "Downtown" Stubenberger, who played semi-pro basketball down in Honduras for the Tegucigalpa Taco Vendors proudly told a reporter for CNN that when his little daughter was only 4, she told him that the Atlanta Hawks would beat the Chicago Bulls who were favored by 17 points.
The Hawks beat the Bulls by 16 points. After that she made 103 correct NBA predictions before missing her first one.
Savannah has become one of the most popular students at her grade school and her PE teacher, Coach Cuthbert "Sit Ups" Bumperbock says that thanks to little Savannah he has made enough money on bets to pay off the mortgage on his home and now plans to purchase a fully loaded 2013 Lexus and pay for it in cash.
Savannah's father disclosed somewhat tongue-in-cheek that he has seen the family savings account go from $89.17 to $37,429.56 in just the span of a few months strictly from little Savannah's predictions.
SIDENOTE: Little Savannah recently appeared on Piers Morgan Tonight and Morgan asked her if she knew who Pete Rose was. She looked at her father, winked, and said, "Yeah, he's that man in those All-State mayhem commercials."