Basketball Player Concussed Into Oblivion Still Manages To Drain Absurdly Clutch 3-Pointer
Trace Dimeff, who plays his NCAA basketball at Central Arizona College, drained a remarkable shot just seconds after suffering a mild concussion earlier this week in a game against Western Arizona.
After being knocked out scrambling for a loose ball, Dimeff laid on the court for a few seconds as referees inexplicably allowed play to continue. When his team regained possession and brought the ball back down the court, Dimeff somehow staggered to his feet, made it to the corner, and drained an absurd three before collapsing once again, his head obviously spinning.
When you lowkey got a mild concussion but ball is still life & you gotta hit the clutch corner three w 5 secs left pic.twitter.com/BqX3v6M70w
— Trace Dimeff (@TDimeff) November 23, 2015
Gotta love the caption here, too.
Unfortunately for Trace Dimeff, who had a stellar game putting up 27 points, seven rebounds, six assists and five steals, his Central Arizona squad lost in overtime 87-84.
After his tweet started going viral, Dimeff sent out a message thanking everyone for their support of his ridiculous 3-ball.
S/o to all those showing love & checking in to make sure I'm good! As funny of a play as it was, it was just as scary, but I'll be back😈😤
— Trace Dimeff (@TDimeff) November 24, 2015
Ball is life, bro.