Found March 12, 2014 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:

With 2.1 seconds left in a Class D Regional Final high school basketball in Michigan, Fulton-Middleton inbounded the ball and immediately turned it over.  That left Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart with 0.8 seconds left, just enough time to sink this crazy buzzer beater after assumingly-botched inbounds play. Sacred Heart was inbounding the ball from near half court with the game tied at 47.  It appears that the play was drawn up for a last second alley-oop, but the dunker got caught up in the traffic in the lane.  The ball caromed off the backboard to Dustin Neyer who drilled a 15-footer for the win.  Right place, right time, right guy. Here’s video from Nate Schneider, a writer for the Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun. [MLive]

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