VIDEO: Oral Roberts' Half-Court, Game-Winning, Buzzer-Beater

It's no just that Oral Roberts' Damen Bell-Holter converted a half-court, buzzer-beating three-pointer to beat Arkansas-Little Rock on Monday night. It's that he caught a baseball pass thrown the length of the floor by the opposition and then fired a bullet than banked angrily off the backboard and in to win. It's unlike anything that will happen again this season.

As the ball was in the air, Oral Roberts basketball play-by-play announcer Geoff Haxton declared, "Let's go to overtime." Full stop. Then: "He made it! He made it! ... A miracle in Little Rock!"

There is no wrong way to celebrate such a shot.

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One well-dressed man just had to hide his face:

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As CBSSports.com's Matt Norlander (who deserves a hit tip for unearthing this video) notes, it was good timing for the Golden Eagles, who face Top 25 foes Gonzaga and Xavier up next. Enjoy this one, gentlemen.

For more the latest college basketball videos, news, scores and analysis, stay tuned to SB Nation's NCAA basketball hub page.

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