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Colorado vs. Arizona: Game-winning three-pointer at buzzer waved off

The Buffaloes nearly dealt the Wildcats their first loss of the season, but officials ruled this bank shot came after time expired.

You'll never see a closer call that the one that came at the end of regulation in the Colorado vs. Arizona game on Thursday night. The Wildcats were looking to gain another comeback win on the season, but the Buffaloes had the chance to win at the end. At first, it was believed to be the game-winner judging by the celebration after Sabatino Chen nailed the three-pointer on a bank shot from the top of the key. Instead officials waved it off.

At first the refs made it a no-call but reviewed the tape and somehow decided that the shot was not good. From there, Arizona snuck away with a win that will be debated for some time. The instant results on Twitter shows that most believe Colorado got jobbed on the deal. Nevertheless, the Wildcats walk away with the win. Check out the video below and make your own opinions:

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And here's a still shot:

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