Found March 16, 2013 on Minus Twenty-Two:
Look, we all know Andris Biedrins never has nor never will set the world ablaze with his foul shooting. But something about his latest attempt at shooting free throws not totally embarrassing himself at the free throw line just strikes us as amazing. For a split second it looks as if this one is going to miss everything. Luckily it didn’t and still got a piece of the net. Chalk it up as one of the few things on the night that only went slightly wrong, rather than horribly wrong. We also especially enjoy Biedrins’ practice follow-through after seeing the horrendous (and amusing) result of his ill-fated attempt. Next time, Andris. Next time. [GIF via cjzero]
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