A meaningless shot? No way.
Oklahoma State’s Jawun Evans made a three-pointer at the buzzer of the Cowboys’ 92-91 loss to Michigan in the NCAA Tournament on Friday, but it didn’t affect the outcome of the game:
Michigan was a 2 1/2-point favorite before the game, so that last-second shot meant quite a few people lost money.
How much? This is from ESPN Darren Rovell:
There were some people who took to Twitter to curse out Evans and Oklahoma State. I can’t share those thoughts here (lots of cursing), but this is a sample of what other people were saying.
It wasn’t all bad, however. Apparently that shot meant big money for at least one person.
This is probably the best message that I saw.