This Referee's Reaction After A Kid Hits A No Look Shot From 30 Feet Away Is Priceless

This Referee's Reaction After A Kid Hits A No Look Shot From 30 Feet Away Is Priceless
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Anybody who plays a sport knows all sports are about 95% dumb luck.

One kid got the dumbest of dumb luck when he hurled a shot behind him close to the buzzer of a youth basketball game in West Virginia.


Check out how he literally just flings it without even looking and it hits DEAD center of the hoop.

Nothing.

But.

Net.


And now watch it again for the ref's reaction.


Yeah... that face.

We know that face.

Nothing.

But.

Over.

It.

That is the face of a ref who is so done, that people are writing country music about it.



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We wonder how the refs of these other crazy trick shots feel.

Overtime... yay...










It's crazy, right?

One second can literally change the entire game.

And even in the professional leagues, it's often all 100% dumb luck.







Basketball fans, how do you do it?

Is it for love of the game?

Or some sort of crazy masochism?

We think we'll stay over here where it's safe.

But wherever you are, just remember: there is a ref that is SO over your half-court-no-look-buzzer-shots.


Yeah.

Not impressed at all.

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