The late NBA heartbreaks continued tonight in Cleveland as LeBron James gave the Cavaliers a 3-0 series lead with a buzzer-beater that downed Toronto just after the Raptors’ OG Anunoby hit a three-pointer to tie the game with eight seconds remaining.
Marco Belinelli’s fade-away buzzer-beater forced overtime against the Celtics after a J.J. Redick turnover left the Sixers looking at a 3-0 series deficit before the Italian’s heroics.
An incredible national semifinal between Notre Dame and Michigan looked to be heading to overtime, then ended with no warning whatsoever thanks to the Irish’s Jake Evans, who scored an Arike Ogunbowale-esque dagger with 5.2 seconds remaining to win the game 4-3.
Icelandic squad Haukar downed Keflavik with a long-range buzzer-beating heave to take a 2-0 lead in their playoff series last night. The shot was spectacular, but the call was even better. Those who watched Thor’s personal soccer warriors shred their way to Euro 2016 glory and a 2018 Word Cup bid are surely familiar…
This part of the NCAA tournament is always the toughest—after four straight days of non-stop basketball, buzzer-beaters, and cutting-edge men’s fashion, you, the college basketball fan, is expected to quit cold turkey at sit at home in reflection for 72 hours. It’s downright cruel, but worry not: Graceland’s Justin…
Texas A&M is headed to the Spokane regional after the fourth-seeded Aggies beat five-seed DePaul on a Chennedy Carter three-pointer that came with three seconds remaining in the game.
Michigan State took a three-point lead into the half against Syracuse thanks to Matt McQuaid fielding his own rejected field goal attempt and heaving up a banked three at the buzzer.
Michigan is moving on to the Sweet 16 after Jordan Poole delivered a desperation shot at the buzzer to give the Wolverines a 64-63 win over Houston.
Two days after Donte Ingram drilled a three-pointer in the final second to beat Miami, Clayton Custer delivered a field goal with the clock winding down as the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers overcame a late collapse to come back and beat Tennessee 63-62 and advance to the Atlanta regional. Here’s how the final play sounded…
The men’s tournament isn’t the only source of drama as South Dakota State’s Madison Guebert drilled an off-balance three-pointer to force overtime against Villanova in the Jackrabbits’ first-round matchup tonight at Notre Dame.
Donte Ingram’s three-pointer in the final second of the game earned his 11th-seeded Loyola-Chicago team a 64-62 win in a game that saw the Ramblers blow two would-be game-winning shots in the final fifteen seconds before Ingram earned upset redemption.
I’m still digging the buzzer-beaters over here. This one comes from the Big South Conference tournament final, where 2nd-seed Radford had the last possession of a tied game against 5th-seed Liberty, who’d knocked out top-seed UNC Asheville on Friday. The Highlanders ran off some clock and set a pair of screens for…
The scene of this incredible buzzer beater is the gym at Pace University, where Ardsley High School found itself down two, 51-49, with just seconds left in the New York Section 1 Class A title game, and opponent Tappan Zee High School inbounding:
With less than two seconds remaining in tonight’s Thunder-Kings game, Sacramento got what seemed like it should be the killer play it needed to seal a trip to overtime: Vince Carter from waywayway back, and Justin Jackson redeeming him with a put-back that tied the game.
A mad scramble and a stunning three gave St. Joe’s and George Mason a case of deja vu in their second meeting of the season tonight. Ian Boyd hit a game-winning, buzzer-beating three that put his GMU Patriots over the Hawks.
Gary Harris’s buzzer-beating three-pointer earned Denver a 127-124 win and fouled a would-be legend-making three hit seconds earlier by Paul George to draw Oklahoma City even with the Nuggets.
The scene is the gym of Evanston Township High School, in Evanston, Illinois, a Chicago suburb. The Evanston, uhh, Wildkits are down 44-42 to the visiting Hawks of Maine South, with seconds on the game clock and Maine South at the free throw line. Have a look at this craziness:
Sacramento rookie De’Aaron Fox had an absolutely wonderful put-back slam to win the game for the Kings tonight in Miami.
Keita Bates-Diop’s desperation, long-range three with five seconds remaining drew Ohio State tied with visiting Penn State before Nittany Lion guard Tony Carr threw up his own long-range shot that went in off the glass as time expired and earned Penn State an 82-79 win over the 13th-ranked Buckeyes.
You like buzzer-beaters. Of course you do. Last night, in a rivalry game between St. Charles East and St. Charles North, in, umm, St. Charles, Illinois, East came back from a 12 point deficit to tie the game at 47 with just over a minute remaining. The teams traded buckets and free throws over the next 60 seconds,…