#Lookit

Division II basketball game ends in tie when desperation heave knocks out lights

BRINGS A NEW MEANING TO SHOOTING THE LIGHTS OUT, AMIRITE AMIRITE AMIRITE

Ties. They're for soccer. And sometimes football, although players often forget it. Even hockey got rid of 'em.

But Wednesday night, Winston-Salem State tied Johnson C. Smith University in a D-II matchup, 76-76, in a game we need to find video of. (UPDATE: Found video!)

Here's the scenario:

Close game! What's gonna happen!

Woah! Crazy ending! Except...

No, seriously, the damn light was dangling over the court:

The refs did the smart thing, although the weird thing:

Yup, tie. UPDATE: We now have video of this!

Let's all tell the same joke:

Let's turn to internet star Guy With Great Kiss Cam Defense to learn how the players must have felt.

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(Side note: I wanted to mention that Earl Monroe and Stephen A. Smith played ball at Winston-Salem in my post but couldn't find a way to squeeze it in. Next time.)

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