For a second there, it gave the impression of a lifelong dream flickering to life. The unexpected opening under the basket. The shot going up simply earlier than the clock hits zero. The fans erupting as the ball falls in the course of the hoop, sending the online game to additional time and protecting a crew's title hopes alive.
Jermaine Marshall's buzzer beater Saturday may additionally smartly have simulated a dream, but only if Marshall is susceptible to nightmares. here's the grisly photos:
Yep, wrong basket there, Jermaine. The 25-year-historic Pennsylvania native's floater despatched the Greek League quarterfinal to extra time, the place his team, AE Nea Kifisia, went on to lose, 108-103.
Marshall, a 6-foot-four safeguard, played three seasons at Penn State, where he left as the program's 12th all-time leader in made three pointers (108). He performed his closing NCAA season at Arizona State in 2013-14, averaging 15.three aspects per contest.
After these days, Marshall can lay claim to one of the most embarrassing moments in basketball background. probably finest to go away that one off the resume.