"I created you to make me a better ball player. But instead, you made me a better person."
All of the antics and craziness the main characters go through to, just to find Wilt.
Eduardo's backstory. The gentle nature comes from the fact that his creator wanted him to be nice to her little brother.
The scene where Wilt comforted that poor crying pink teddy bear imaginary friend and took her back to her owner and when the little girl reunites with the bear her and her family share a good cry of tears of joy.
Most anything Wilt does on the way, really.
Jordan asking Wilt to come live with him in his mansion. Even after all they went through, Jordan still wants his old friend by his side.
While Wilt quietly declines Jordan's offer, his reasoning makes sense: Wilt knows a kid will need him like Jordan needed him when he was younger and he will known when that will come back and Foster's. Granted Jordan is a bit upset (although comically over the fact Wilt won't see his mansion), but he understands, especially when Wilt says he'll still visit Jordan.
The last scene: Jordan and Wilt having a one-on-one basketball match.