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Player dribbles out clock thinking his team is ahead

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Watch this Bryant player dribble out the the clock against Brown thinking his team was ahead, despite his team being down 91-90.

So the end of the Brown-Bryant game was pretty wild. First, Bryant's Nisre Zouzoua hit a 3-pointer to put his team ahead 90-89. Then, Brown's Tavon Blackmon responded with a clutch bucket of his own to give Brown a 91-90 lead.

Finally, with 3.8 seconds remaining in the game Bryant freshman guard Ikenna Ndugba grabs the inbounds with just enough time for what you'd think would be a semi-decent shot to win the game. Instead, he dribbles around in the backcourt?

I honestly feel so bad for this guy. Yeah, it's pretty hilarious and ESPN will probably play the video on a loop, but he's still just a kid. Hopefully, he's able to use it as a learning experience, because there is literally no way he does anything more embarrassing than that. Keep your head up, Ndugba.

The post Video: Bryant Player Dribbles Out Clock Thinking His Team Is Ahead appeared first on The Spun.


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