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Found January 24, 2013 on Bob's Blitz :

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Owen Groesser is an eighth grader at Van Hoosen Junior High School in Michigan. Van Hoosen played its final basketball game of the year yesterday and Owen had not played a single minute. Late in the contest, here was Groesser checking in for the first time. (You see where this is going?) Owen received a pass, readied himself for the set shot, and let it fly. For three.

According to ESPN, Owen hit another tre' a minute or so later leaving him with 6 points in roughly two minutes of play. Go Owen. Go.

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2 Comments:
  • Way to go Owen! God bless you, brother.
  • What a Shot
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