Tag Archives: Buzzer beaters
Texas Longhorns forward Jonathan Holmes lofted up a three-pointer as time expired last night against Kansas State. He knew it was going in and posed
Game-winning dunks are extremely rare. Game-winning dunks to upset college basketball royalty are practically unheard of.
Michigan freshman guard Derrick Walton Jr. calmly knocked down a shot from behind the midcourt line to give his team a three-point halftime lead over
Just like it's never too early in the morning for Bob's Blitz to start posting content, it's never too early to get a
Like an idiot, you probably chose to watch a full day of NFL action yesterday and completely ignored all the high-flying action in the NBA's
Damian Lillard is on fire. On Sunday, he nailed a buzzer-beater to defeat the Detroit Pistons. Last night, he upped the ante by sinking an
UConn’s Shabazz Napier is one of the better guards in college basketball. He proved it last night in the Huskies’ big victory over Florida when
This Thanksgiving, start your dining experience with a buzzer-beater course. It’s important, after all, to have a base coat.
This buzzer-beater makes most other buzzer-beaters look routine. Already up big before halftime, Real Madrid Balencesto’s Felipe Reyes caught a full-court heave from a teammate
The Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers played a thrilling back-and-forth Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals last night. The ending, however, was a bit
Ohio State Buckeyes point guard Aaron Craft knocked down a three-pointer with .5 seconds remaining to crush Iowa State's dreams. It was cold-blooded.
This is the best day of the year. If you don’t already have a semi-boner awaiting all the hoops, perhaps this will help. If not,
As if you need any help getting completely amped for the NCAA Tournament. These 26 buzzer-beaters from the college basketball season will delight you to
This is more a buzzer beating than a buzzer-beater.
Holy hell, the New York state high school basketball playoffs are insane. First, we had New Rochelle’s logic-defying buzzer-beater that catapulted the primaries
To steal a long-running Bill Simmons evaluation, yesterday was one of the year's top sneaky-good college basketball days. You had a desperate Kentucky team playing
The internet buzzer beater market has certainly become an oversaturated one. But every now and then, something like this comes along.
For the fifth straight week, the No. 1 team in college basketball lost. Illinois stunned Indiana last night with a 74-72 victory. Tyler Griffey scored
The kid’s name is Bracken Barga. That might be even more amazing than this miraculous shot. Sounds like a villain from the “Rocky” franchise.
There’s nothing like the smell of a clutch game-winning jumper in the morning.
Do kids at Drexel say that things are Drexellent? If not, they should.
The Butler did it again.
Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery.
The Washington Wizards won their fifth game of the year last night. If you’re keeping score at home, that’s not many wins. But they really
J.R. Smith isn’t one to shy away from the big moment. Last night in Phoenix was no exception.
Damian Lillard sounds like the name of a “One Tree Hill” actor, but he’s got all sorts of game.
As you're getting ready to stuff your face, stuff your attention span with some sports news and entertainment from around the web.
It certainly wasn’t the prettiest buzzer-beater you’ll ever see, but Butler sure won’t mind. Plucky guard Rotnei Clarke hit an off-balance running flip from 30
Why is this Tuesday different from all other Tuesdays? Well, because this one gave us a game-winning buzzer-beater before noon.
Here's one way to kill the next six minutes of your work day. Another way would be to do actual work, but we both know
Ohio State overcame a 15-point first-half deficit to beat Michigan State, 72-70, in East Lansing yesterday. William Buford's fadeaway jumper with
This will give you chills. In the last minute of tonight's game against Virginia Tech, Florida State came back from a 9-point deficit.
I had my finger on the button to turn the television off last night. North Carolina was leading Duke by 10 with two minutes to
Froshie Austin Rivers for the win with a three at the final ticks of the clock. Gotta love Doc Rivers freaking out afterwards.
Another awesome play from yesterday's NBA action. On a half-court attempt by Corey Brewer, Denver's Rudy Fernandez gets his left hand on the
North Carolina put a straight-up beating on North Carolina State last night, 74-55, but the Wolfpack's Lorenzo Brown turned in the highlight of
Mere seconds remain on the game clock. The Center (basing this solely on his size) is at the charity stripe. His team is