The Same Guy Beat The Same Team With The Same Shot For A Third Time This Season

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For the third time this season, Desi Washington helped SPU beat Fairfield with a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer.


Everything About Randy Foye’s Buzzer Beater Was Fantastic

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Randy Foye hit a miracle three to help the Nuggets beat the Clippers, and everything about this video clip is wonderful.


Here’s The Best College Basketball Anti-Showboating Video Of The Week

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If you're going to do a little showboating on defense in a game of basketball, make sure it's not before your opponent hits the game-winner in your face.


Please Enjoy Watching Felipe Reyes Hit The King Of Ridiculous, Lucky Buzzer-Beaters


Spanish basketball league star Felipe Reyes sunk an over-the-head, no-look, leaping-out-of-bounds three-point buzzer-beater. Unbelievable.

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Troy Ave Drops A New York Anthem As Jeremy Lin Drops A Game-Winner

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In the feverish midst of Lin-sanity, New York MC Troy Ave.


Austin Rivers Stuns UNC With Game-Winning Three Pointer

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<a href="" target="_blank">Ed</a> and I chopped it up on The Unsportsmanlike Conduct Radio Show last night in regards to UNC and Duke no longer having the sole stranglehold on high school recruiting.

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What’s Your Favorite NBA Buzzer-Beater?

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<a href=""> Jeff Malone was a pretty nondescript NBA player. He was a solid scorer, averaging 19 points a game for his career, and stuck around the league for number of years. In the end though, not an incredibly notable player. But because of a single moment, I'll remember him for all time. In 1983-84, Malone hit one of the greatest buzzer-beaters in NBA history. While careening out-of-control out of bounds, he somehow set his feet and launched a three-pointer from behind the backboard. It arched high into the air, and dropped neatly through the net to put his Bullets over the Pistons 103-102. It was a highlight of highlights, and went on to be somewhat of a prerequisite for highlight reels from the NBA in the early-to-late-80s. Why do I bring this up? Well, <a href="">Hoopism</a> has come up with a visualization of some of the greatest shots in NBA history.


Video: Monta Ellis Buries The Game-Winner & The Pacers

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<a href=""> <a href="">Monta Ellis</a> is a singular talent.


Clutch Meets Clutch: Tyreke Evans’s Huge Buzzer-Beater

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Tom Ziller did a fun post on this at <a href="">Sactwon Royalty</a>, but here's the video to get you started.



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It's been quite a year for Ohio State's Evan Turner.


Tit For Tat…

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The short-end version of what took place is simple.



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This is Florida's Chandler Parsons finding the children of the NC State Wolfpack and eating them, good enough for a one-point win and probably some improved access to some choice Gainesville strange.


“Don’t Talk About It, Be About It”

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About a month or so ago SportsCenter did a little piece on the most clutch player in the NBA.


Video: Bryant Beats The Bucks At The Buzzer

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<a href="">Kobe</a> had 39 points last night but none more important than the final two with the clock winding down in OT, giving the Lakers the W over the Bucks.

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