A high school basketball game in Michigan ended with a game-winning buzzer beater on Wednesday. And I guarantee it's unlike any last-second shot you've seen before.
With eight-tenths of a second left, one of the players inbounded the ball, and it bounced off the backboard, then bounced to one of his teammates at the top of the key, who caught it in mid-air.
And since the clock doesn't start until someone touches the ball, he still had time. So he threw up a prayer, which bounced around the rim a few times before it finally dropped. And it was to win the regional CHAMPIONSHIP.