Sunday January 25th, 2015

From game-deciding foul calls to over-inflated basketballs, Saturday's college hoops slate was chock full of excitement. But perhaps no game had a finish rivaling what Maurice Ndour did at the end of the Ohio-Buffalo game. 

Tied at 61 with 3.2 seconds left, Ohio in-bounded the ball under Buffalo's basket by throwing a three-quarter-court heave to Ndour. He caught the ball a la Laettner, turned to his left, then juked right, breaking the ankles of Buffalo's Justin Moss in the process. 

Then, with an open lane to the basket, Ndour... well, you'll see.

(h/t OhioBobcats for the Vine) 

The win moved Ohio to 2-4 in conference play. The Bobcats (7-10) take on Eastern Michigan on Tuesday. 

- Will Green

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