‘Cats stunned by buzzer-beater, but what happened next was weirder

Kentucky guard Aaron Harrison reacts after losing on a final shot in overtime.

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The Kentucky Wildcats were stunned by a buzzer-beater Tuesday night at Arkansas, and what happened next was even weirder.

Michael Qualls slammed home a thundering two-hand rebound dunk with 0.2 seconds remaining in overtime, lifting Arkansas to an 87-85 win. Check out the highlight of the night:

If the name Michael Qualls sounds familiar, it should. He might be the best dunker in college basketball:

But back to Tuesday night. It wasn’t over after Qualls’ stuff, as the refs put two-tenths of a second back on the clock, and the Wildcats tried a length-of-the-floor baseball pass … that got stuck in the overhead scoreboard:

Turnover. Game over. Epic bummer.

Not unlike this fourth-quarter finish to a high school game in Washington:

Here’s how you throw the home-run ball, this time courtesy of an eighth-grader:

And when reporters came to interview the kid, he did it again:

Sign him up, Cal.