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Washington State’s official Instagram account uploaded this video on Wednesday with the caption, “You’ve probably never seen a 3/4 court backflip basketball shot, until now.”
As far as I can recall, that’s an accurate statement.
The video is definitely impressive, I just wish they showed some of the celebration. I’ll never understand why people feel the need to shut their cameras off as soon as something cool happens.
Regardless…good work, random WSU cheerleader.
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Kevin Nebeker of the Washington State Cougars cheer squad must have practiced this ridiculous shot many times. Making a 3/4 court shot while doing a backflip is absolutely insane.
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This Washington State cheerleader attempts a 3/4 court, backflip shot, and hit nothing but net. Were the Cougars' female cheeleaders impressed too?
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