Another footnote to sports history has now been registered.

There are dramatic shots in basketball that just barely get in before a game's end. Many become immortal moments in the minds of some.

Some count. Some don't. Click over to The Daily Player for examples.

By definition, buzzer-beaters combine uncanny accuracy in a frantic situation. Frankly, that's no way to live.

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