Angela Ramey is definitely a cool mom.
She proved herself worthy of that designation when, with her nine-year-old daughter Grace by her side, Angela sunk a shot which most NBA players can't even pull off.
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When Grace won a school fundraiser by raising the most money for Kids Against Hunger, a charity that serves local food pantries, she was beyond excited about the prize. That is, until she learned about the catch -- or throw, rather.
To win the half-year's tuition, reportedly valued at a cool $4,000, Grace would have to to make a half court shot in the school's gym.
Grace took the court with her mother by her side. At first, she was shy about making the shot, so she handed the basketball to her mother. Angela made an attempt — and missed.
Grace took the second shot. Still nothing.
Angela then lobbed the third and final ball up into the air, where it proceeded to come down short, bounce off the ground once, and soar into the basket. The audience exploded with applause, and both of the ladies were in utter disbelief.
"I played basketball for Grace Lutheran in fifth and sixth grades but beyond that, I'm not sports inclined," commented Angela on her experience shootin' hoops.
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