Khy Kabellis hit one of the most remarkable shots in college basketball history. And he'll be mocked by his teammates forever for it.
North Dakota State's sophomore guard hit a shot that was far more difficult than Christian Laettner's heave in 1992 or Kris Jenkins' title-winning three-pointer last April, though it doesn't sniff the importance of those. During the Bison's win over Denver on Saturday, Kabellis tracked down a loose ball in NDSU's corner, trying to miraculously save it with a behind-the-back toss.
Kabellis saved it, technically. Saved it right into Denver's basket.
Some fans may remember this happening three years ago when Kentucky's James Young flipped a ball into LSU's basket at Rupp Arena.