Being a point guard for an NCAA Division I basketball team is an intense experience that requires dedication, discipline, concentration, and BASIC MATH SKILLS. Unfortunately for the Bryant Bulldogs, freshman guard Ikenna Ndugba only possessed three of those four qualities Monday night for their intrastate match-up with the Brown University Bulldogs.
In a tightly contested game, Brown's Tavon Blackmon scored with 3.8 seconds left to put his team ahead. Bryant, trailing by just one point, had nearly four seconds (an eternity in basketball) to drive down the court and put up the potential game winning shot - except, there was one problem:
The only person on the court with the ball was the only player on the court who didn't know the score. Believing that Bryant still held the lead, Ndugba ignored his wide open teammates and held the ball, tossing it in the air in celebratory fashion as the clock expired. Oops!
Watch the awfully executed play below!
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