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After his son R.J. hit the game-winning three-pointer to give No. 14 seed Georgia State an upset victory over No. 3 seed Baylor, Panthers coach Ron Hunter fell out of his chair while celebrating. It turns out the celebration came at a cost. 

By SI Wire
March 20, 2015

After his son R.J. hit the game-winning three-pointer to give No. 14 seed Georgia State an upset victory over No. 3 seed Baylor, Panthers coach Ron Hunter fell out of his chair while celebrating. It turns out the celebration came at a cost. 

The elder Hunter is nursing a torn Achilles—which he tore on Sunday while celebrating Georgia State's Sun Belt title—and he said Friday that his cast cracked during his latest victory celebration. 

Georgia State is set to play No. 6 seed Xavier in the third round of the NCAA tournament. 

• R.J. Hunter: 'We gotta get a back for my dad's chair!'

- Stanley Kay

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