Watch Coppell’s Naz Brown hit a full-court buzzer-beater to beat Denton Guyer

Coppell’s Naz Brown had the No. 1 play on ESPN’s SportsCenter on Tuesday night time after making a full-court buzzer-beater to beat Denton Guyer 66-63.

Guyer had an opportunity to win it, however a layup got here up brief, and Brown grabbed the ball, took one dribble after which heaved it the size of the court docket. He swished the shot and was mobbed by his teammates.

“Complete shock. He was 80 toes from the basket, and the clock was operating off, and he simply threw one up and it went in. It was type of a one in one million shot,” Coppell coach Clint Schnell stated. “I made a remark to him within the locker room. I stated, ‘I guess you couldn’t go on the market and do this once more for those who stayed up right here all week.’ “

Brown tore his ACL final March and had surgical procedure the primary week of April. He rehabbed so he might play his senior yr, and he has performed in all however two video games this season.

“I feel the truth that he was capable of come again in roughly seven months reveals how decided he was to get again and get cleared by a physician and get again to as full energy as he might, not eager to miss any of the season,” Schnell stated. “It reveals a variety of character in him, a variety of dedication in him to get that finished.

“To have him again going into his senior yr and being an enormous a part of our program, the blokes actually look to him for management. That’s an inspiration to them, how essential that is and the way a lot it means to him and the way a lot it ought to imply to them.”

Brown scored 17 factors Tuesday as Coppell (5-4) stopped a three-game shedding streak. Stanford signee Ryan Agarwal led Coppell with 24 factors, whereas UNLV signee KyeRon Lindsay scored a team-high 20 for Guyer.

Coppell has had some massive wins early within the season, defeating Amarillo (ranked No. 3 within the state in 5A) and Plano John Paul II (ranked No. 2 within the state amongst massive personal faculties).

Duncanville's Ja'Bryant Hill  (2) drives past  Sierra Canyon's Bronny James (0) during their high school boys basketball game during the Thanksgiving Hoopfest in Dallas, Tx, Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019. (Michael Ainsworth)

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