Look at this shot from Male High School’s Alex Cook to beat St. Xavier.
How’s your week going? It’s probably not much compared to the week Wisconsin Lutheran junior guard Tanner Schieve’s had.
St. John of the Cross was a 16th century doctor of mystic theology who was chiefly famous for living a life of poverty, and, according to newadvent.org, being “saved from certain death by the intervention of the Blessed Virgin” twice.
We have no context for this, but it appears to be from Saturday’s Indiana high school JV game between Cascade and Speedway. Good buzzer-beater!
We earlier showed you Roosevelt Jones’s three-quarter-court buzzer-beater, and here’s another one today by a player better known for dunks than threes. Here’s senior UMass forward Antwan Space drawing his own team even with Fordham at the half; unfortunately for the Minutemen, they eventually fell 78-72 to the Rams.
Coming into today’s game at Marquette, Butler big man Roosevelt Jones had attempted 1,150 field goals. Three of those shots came from behind the three-point line, and zero went in. So be shocked that Jones’s attempt from three-quarter-court at the end of the half not only found the basket, but allowed the Bulldogs to…
One of baseball’s last remaining virtues is that the maxim “Watch any baseball game, and you’ll see something you’ve never seen before” is generally true. We think it’s about time that rule be applied to any time Steph Curry is on a basketball court... or off it.
SDSU held for an home win tonight against Fresno State, but it came with some difficulty after an overtime period forced when Fresno’s Cezar Guerrero hit a miracle three-pointer at the buzzer. The Bulldogs have looked good at times this season—and knocking off the league leader would have improved that look even…
Ohio State came back to beat Michigan at home tonight after nine rounds of penalty shots that only happened because Anthony Greco forced overtime by scoring the tying goal with seven seconds remaining—off the faceoff.
A desperation three-pointer by Sioux Falls’s Taylor Varsho gave the Cougars a 59-58 win over Division II rival Winona State—a team that had previously beaten them by 39 points—until officials assessed Sioux Falls a technical foul for celebrating the buzzer-beater that, replay showed, left less than half a second on…
#3 ranked North Carolina went down to Austin with a 7-1 record and a heap of momentum after beating Maryland and lost to the Longhorns on a last-second, buzzer-beating jumper from Javan Felix.
Vince Carter has played a mere 101 minutes this year and has only hit seven threes, but this one should count double. The Grizzlies lost, but the Hawks didn’t hit any shots nearly as cool as this.
The Radford Highlanders shocked Georgetown in double OT this afternoon on their own court. The Big South school downed the Hoyas with this late, deep three from Rashun Davis. Davis led all scorers with 28. Not a great start for Georgetown!
The Thunder and the Magic played out a crazy-ass game down in Orlando last night, one that featured about as many would-be daggers and big threes as you’ll see in a regular season game.
So what if it didn’t count? This is impressive as hell.
I mean seriously, come on. Is Steph Curry even human? Spanish-language call from ESPN Deportes below:
The Washington Wizards recovered from blowing a 21-point lead and beat Atlanta thanks to Paul Pierce’s buzzer-beater that gave his team a 2-1 series lead—a shot that, like Derrick Rose’s last night, needed glass to be good.
Jerryd Bayless forced a fifth game of the Bucks-Bulls series with a buzzer-beating layup that gave Milwaukee a 92-90 win, one that delighted at least half the fans at the Bradley Center. Here’s how it sounded on the Bucks’ local broadcast.
Old Dominion blew a six-point lead with less than a minute remaining in its NIT quarterfinal against Murray State, only to find a miracle heave from Trey Freeman delivering the Monarchs to the semi-finals at Madison Square Garden. ESPN announcer Rich Hollenberg was, well, excited.
Today's wild day of NCAA tournament action stayed crazy as North Carolina State's BeeJay Anya delivered a late jumper to give the Wolfpack a 66-65 win over LSU. It was all possible due to this clever dribbling from Trevor Lacey: