You can buy a bobblehead of Ron Hunter falling off his chair in NCAA tournament

Ron Hunter fall was one of the most memorable moments from March Madness.
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One of the best moments from the NCAA tournament was when Georgia State head coach Ron Hunter fell off his stool after his son, R.J., hit a game-winning three to lift the Panthers to an upset victory over third-seeded Baylor in the Round of 64.

That moment is now being honored with its very own bobblehead.

According to 11ALive Sports, the bobbleheads are being sold for $25, with some of the proceeds going to charity.

Four days before upset victory, Hunter tore his Achilles tendon while celebrating Georgia State's win in the Sun Belt Tournament championship game. The injury required Hunter to use a rolling chair during the NCAA tournament. R.J. Hunter's deep three with 2.5 seconds left sent his father to the floor.

R.J. Hunter is now a member of the Boston Celtics. Ron Hunter is entering his fifth season with the Panthers. Earlier this month, he showed he had recovered from the Achilles tear with a series of dance moves at the GSU Jam.

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