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High schooler Jacob Reimold’s full-court buzzer-beater helped Reynolds (Pa.) beat Wilm, 68-66. But fans online are arguing that the clock hits zero before it leaves Reimold's hands...
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That's pretty close. What do you think?
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Jumbo_Gumbo100 months
This was awesome. One team and the fans celebrating the win, then dude drains the Hail Mary, and silences the crowd, while his team gets off the bench and goes nuts.
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Quatre Pot100 months
unless this state has some strange rules, the clock should have read 2.3 seconds left on inbounds as it should have stopped with a made basket.
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3rdRowTailgater100 months
Those teams look terrible. Is this a 6' and under whites only league?
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cdlikeaboss100 months
It should have counted because the home team that was supposed to stop the clock didn't. And for cheating they deserve to lose. The clock should have stopped during an inbound under 2 minutes
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whodatfan100 months
There were 2 seconds on clock after the other team scored. Why it continued to run I have no idea. But it was at 0 before he released the full court shot.
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stonedbegonias100 months
It was extremely close, call could go either way.
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CHEDBALLZ100 months
Clock hit zero, don't think the clock stops after a made basket in HS.
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nastynate05100 months
Clock was at zero, but on the flip side the clock should have stopped after the made basket. It kept running.
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USAF Hart100 months
the clock definitely hit zero before he released it, but does the clock not stop inside a certain time in high school basketball?
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Chadaristic100 months
Clock hit zero before he released it.
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