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Stanford’s Gabriel Harris made a pretty spectacular 65-foot shot at the end of the first half to put Stanford only down 33-31 at the half to Colorado State. You have to give him style points for making the shot with seemingly very little effort.
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Stanford’s guard Gabriel Harris hit a big shot in the Cardinals 62-52 win over Colorado State Tuesday night. It looked like Stanford would go into halftime down 33 to 28 but instead Harris had other ideas. Right before the buzzer sounded for halftime Harris hit a ¾ court buzzer beater. Check out the video below it was nothing but net. Harris had 12 points...
Here is Stanford guard Gabriel Harris hitting a 3/4 court buzzer beater before half time. Standford was trailing visiting Colorado State by five at the time and this completed an 11-2 run before half to go down by only 2. Standford would play better in the second half and win the game 64-52.
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Yesterday was ESPN's 24 hours of college hoops which saw a wide array of college basketball games for the insomniac in all of us.
The University of Stanford faced off against Colorado State which brought us this impressive buzzer beater from Stanford's Gabriel Harris:
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Stanford guard Gabriel Harris averaged fewer than two points a game last season, but here he is topping that average with one shot—a 2/3 court buzzer-beater to bring the Cardinal within two at the half of their home bout against Colorado State. It was a much-needed boost for Stanford, who were down 31-20 at one point against the Rams. [ESPNU] More »
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The Colorado State men's basketball team led by as many as 11 points in the first half Tuesday night, but stretches of poor shot selection and careless ball handling helped the host Stanford Cardinal erase the deficit en route to a 64-52 victory in the second round of the Dick's Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off at Maples Pavilion.