Internet Reacts to West Virginia’s “Worst Final Possession Ever” vs. Gonzaga (Tweets)

West Virginia Final Possession

The Gonzaga Bulldogs and West Virginia Mountaineers played one heck of a Sweet 16 game on Thursday at the SAP Center in San Jose…besides that final thirty seconds.

With WVU in possession and in need of a three-pointer to tie the game, Jevon Carter went all And1 baller on his team and began dribbling madly and shooting up prayers from everywhere.  After his first two attempts missed badly, he got the ball one last time and dribble off some more valuable seconds before passing the ball off to Daxter Miles Jr. with just 1.5 seconds remaining—forcing him to desperately heave up a three-point attempt, which was no good.

It was March Madness in every sense of the word. I suggest you have a look. You can do so below:

Gonzaga holds on, 61-58.

After the game, the talk wasn’t about the gutsy performances that both teams put forth for 39 minutes, 30 seconds.  It was about what transpired during that final 30 seconds when West Virginia had the ball—specifically, what Carter was doing with the ball during that 30 seconds.

Here’s a look at how Twitter responded to those ugly final 30 seconds:

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