Emmanuel Mudiay Says About Buzzer Beater That “Without God, That Shot Is Not Possible”
Emmanuel Mudiay might be a basketball talent that you have not heard of yet, but you will soon. The Prime Prep (TX) point guard recently hit a double-cluthch three point buzzer beater, and it has to rank as the top game winner this year in my book.
”Without God, that shot is not possible,” Mudiay said to the Dallas News. “We didn’t play well the whole game. Everybody got tired real quick. We played sloppy. But we ended up coming away with the victory. They were trying to go after me really hard. Obviously, they were being really aggressive,” Mudiay said. “I got in foul trouble early so I had to be a little resistant. But we got the victory.”
If you missed the shot, then just stop whatever silliness you are doing right now and click below.
— SportsDayHS (@SportsDayHS) February 17, 2014
Color me impressed. Was lucky enough to see Mudiay play at NHSI last season, and this year’s edition will be held at Madison Square Garden. The Prime Prep point guard has stated the goal publicly (and many times) that he wants his squad to get win the tournament this season, and that shot certainly will not hurt their case.
One more Prep piece is on the way, and it just might have to do with a certain point guard heading to Durham next season. Thanks as always.
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