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Guy Sinks Half-Court Shot But Doesn't Win $10,000 (Video)
Posted by Steve on February 18 2014
Fresh on the heels of the guy who sunk a full-court putt to win a free car the other night, we have this video.  West Chester University holds a halftime contest where a fan is pulled from the stands and given a chance to win $10,000.  All they have to do is sink a layup, free throw, three-pointer and a half-court shot in under 25 seconds.  The other night, this guy did just that, but he was not able to collect the $10,000 prize.  He successfully hit the first three shots, missed on his first attempt at the half-court shot, but then sunk a desperation second attempt while running in the opposite direction.  So why didn't he get the cash?  The rules stipulated that all four shots must be made on the first attempt.  Bulls**t! 
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