Apr 112014
Tallest High School Basketball Player Is Like A Giant

Tacko ‘Taco’ Fall is making headlines as the tallest high school basketball player in the world. Standing at 7 feet, 5 inches, he’s basically a real life giant. 

He barely has to get off his toes to slam a dunk and towers over his opponents. It’s almost not fair! But he’s not just tall. He can swish a free throw shot easily as well.

This video by Home Team Hoops featuring Tacko’s moves is going viral with over 800,000 hits!


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Feb 112014
Team Manager With Down Snydrome Scores Four 3-Pointers At End Of Game

Senior Kevin Grow of Bensalem, Pennsylvania has Down Syndrome and is the team manager for the basketball team. He never dreamed that he would be the star of the last game of the season, but at the end of the game his coach put him in. 

After missing a layup he ended up scoring four 3-pointers in a row. Naturally, the crowd went absolutely nuts!

The Bensalem Police captured the end of the game on camera, and now the video is going viral with over a quarter million views


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Dec 122013
High School Basketball Saved From Out Of Bounds Behind The Back Shot

Juan Lopez posted this short clip of an amazing high school basketball play which has already amassed over half a million views!  

Marvey’o Otey of the William Byrd High School was only trying to save a ball from going out of bounds, but ended up scoring a three point swish when he launched the ball from behind the back. Amazing!


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Dec 132012

Sixteen year old Georgia high school junior Zach Hodskins has no left hand, but he never let that slow him down. Not only can he play basketball–a feat difficult for anyone missing five digits–but he’s actually really, really good.

Now, this video compilation of missing schooling is peers is going viral, and is  featured on YouTubeTrends, RantSports, TotalProSports, and LarryBrown.  


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Mar 142012

In over time during the Colorado state championship game, Chaparral High School only had five seconds to take the win, or continue in another quarter. #1 just had moments to throw the ball up for a three, but when he missed everyone assumed they were heading for a second over time.

That’s when #4 Josh Adams pulled a Michael Jordan, and literally flew up and tipped the ball back in at the buzzer. He single handedly won the 2012 CHSAA 5A Boys Basketball Championship in Colorado. The four day old video already 175,000 views, and is featured on YouTubeTrends and BostonBarStool.


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