For a college basketball player, its amazing how one moment in March can change a life.
It is afairy-taletime for basketball players. Its a rite of duty for the favorites. Its heaven on Earth for the underdogs. Its a stage set to experience the unthinkable, unimaginable, unforeseeable to everyone but the guy who hits the buzzer beater to send the No. 2 seeded team home wondering, What just happened here?
Madness, thats what happened. For Kyle OQuinn, that madness put him directly in front of the people that could alter the course of his life.
Thats what got me here. That shot! the rookie center said jokingly. He was referring to the shot heard around the basketball world, the one that stunned secondseeded Missouri in the first round of the NCAA Tournament last season.Not that his performance 26 points, 14 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 blocks, a steal and the buzzer beater in the 86-84 win for Norfolk State University was the sole reason he made it to the NBA, but it definitely got his foo...