If a girl named Myli Harpold ever challenges you to a game of H.O.R.S.E., you should probably just walk away.
Harpold, a 12-year-old student-athlete at Johnson Middle School in Melbourne, Florida, recently pulled off what is perhaps the most improbable buzzer beater we've ever seen.
With time ticking down in the quarter, Harpold found herself double-teamed. What happened next was simply miraculous:
I wish all my rash decisions turned out this well
— WSLAM (@wslam) October 2, 2019
A must see....
Myli Harpold with a behind the back amazing shot. pic.twitter.com/u4ypIhe7LU
— Stephen ن (@countryboy7477) October 2, 2019
We can't say it's the most high-percentage shot, but let's save the sabermetrics for another time and simply appreciate an unbelievable play that brought an entire gym to their feet.
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