HE'S ON FIRE!: Canadian College Basketball Player Scores 12 Points in 28 Seconds

Casey Dulson
Tuesday March 18th, 2014

With his team down seven points with only 28 seconds left in the Canadian College Athletic Association basketball final, Lloyd Strickland, a member of the Alberta’s Red Deer College Kings, took matters into his in own hands. Strickland scored 12 points (four three-pointers) in that short time frame against the Langara College to nearly pull off a miraculous come from behind victory.

The Red Deer Kings had a chance to win the game when the score was 88-86 with 4.4 seconds left but alas could not capitalize on their final possession.

Strickland finished the night with 34 points and a nice ode to one of the finest video game features ever:

[CBC]

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