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The Craziest Play You’ll See Today

But unfortunately, it doesn’t count.  Because the ball was never touched by a player inbounds, Jae Crowder’s accidental full-court make can only be treasured by Vine and the Sportscenter Top 10.

“I meant to do that.” – Jae Crowder, probably.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

4 Comments for The Craziest Play You’ll See Today

  1. Larry
    9:53 pm November 4, 2015 Permalink

    Reggie Warford did that against LSU, I believe.

    • Bill
      9:58 pm November 4, 2015 Permalink

      I was at the game in Memorial Coliseum when Reggie Warford did the same thing. I can’t remember who we were playing but it was an SEC game so it very well could have been against LSU.

  2. Megan
    4:25 am November 5, 2015 Permalink

    I like the way the opposing players all look back in Crowder’s direction.

  3. Fred
    11:36 am November 5, 2015 Permalink

    I was also at that game that Reggie Warford threw it in from the opposite out-of-bounds. I think it was the end of the first half, and I will have to take your word for it that it was LSU, I don’t remember. He was trying to throw it to Mike Phillips under the basket, who unfortunately just got to watch it go in, and not count. I remember watching some other games that were final minute come-from-behind victories in that last couple of seasons at Memorial. Reggie Warford blocked a breakaway layup by Vanderbilt’s Dickie Keffer to enable a last-minute victory. They also had to have a near-miracle to beat Mississippi State and their arrogant freshman phenom Gary Hooker that year. And that may have been the year that freshman sensation Darnell Valentine of Kansas called timeout in the final minute, with no TO’s remaining, for a tech foul to put the Cats ahead for the last-minute win.