WATCH: Spanish player hits no-look, buzzer-beating three
Felipe Reyes, a player for Real Madrid, drained a backwards, over-the-head, buzzer-beating three-pointer to end the first half of a game on Sunday. It was every bit as ridiculous as just described.
As far as trick shot contests go, backwards, over-the-head three-pointers will typically net you the win every time.
Only Real Madrid’s Felipe Reyes happened to hit his insane shot in a game against La Bruixa d’Or. And to beat the first-half buzzer.
With just 0.4 seconds left in the first half, Reyes received the full court baseball pass from teammate Marcus Slaugther. Reyes didn’t hesitate – he didn’t have time to hesitate – and nailed this jaw-dropping three.
The shot didn’t affect the result – Real Madrid dispatched its opponent 111-63 – but Reyes called it a once-in-a-lifetime shot.
“Honestly, I don’t even believe it myself,” he said.
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