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A basketball player in Missouri earned himself a place in the history books after making a seemingly-impossible full-court shot using just one arm.
Not only did the unnamed player, from the Big Blue Ballers, a recreational team made up of students from Duchesne High School in St. Charles, Missouri, bring the house down with his phenomenal skill - he also won the game for his team.
Moment - Video - Online - St - Louis
The astonishing moment was caught on video and shared online by St. Louis high schooler Mitchell Fairless, who appears to have been in the crowd when the shot was made.
The clip begins with the Big Blue Ballers winning the tip-off and then rushing into a formation to perform the play - which appears to have been pretty well practiced.
Game - Basketball - Routes - Arrangements - Contenders
At first, it seems like any other game of basketball filled with the usual routes and arrangements but little did the contenders know that the self-described 'rec league legends' as they proclaim on their Twitter page had a wild trick up their sleeve.
After tip-off, one of the players catches the ball and tosses it to who is most likely the point guard on the team. He then 'hikes' the ball in a football quarterback fashion to teammate Andrew Clark.
Rest - Teammates - Confusion - Eyes - Ball
Meanwhile, the rest of his teammates run in feigned confusion, eyes on the ball, in well-practiced routes designed to baffle the defense.
After Andrew maintains possession of the ball so as to not get a turnover, the high schooler then...
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