Dec 9, 2012, 8:33 AM EDT
If you like your high school basketball buzzer beaters with a degree of difficulty, you need to check out this clip of Minnesota high schooler John Veil hitting an off-balance game-winning three pointer.
It happened in a game against Chaska High back on Tuesday as Veil’s Blake School trailed by the score of 60-58 with less than three seconds remaining.
Watch as Veil catches the in-bounds pass and puts up a rather desperate fall-away thirty footer that somehow banks off the glass for the game-winner:
Let it be know that the guy who called “Go In” during the shot, clearly worked some buzzer-beating magic to make it happen.
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