OK, we're going to give you the premise, and you probably won't believe us until watching the video. And even then, it might take replaying it a few times:

Two-handed, over-the-head, back-to-the-basket three-pointer. That hits the back of the rim and pops above the top of the backboard. Then swishes through the net.

At the buzzer.

By an eighth-grader.

This happened in New Mexico. According to the YouTube description, Skyler Forman of Albuquerque Academy hit a three-pointer to tie the game and then "a kid throws it over his head and it goes in for the game winner!" If you happen to know his name, let us know.

Update: The player who made the shot is named Damen Moleres, according to a note from Isaiah Martinez, who says they are teammates at Los Alamitos Middle School in Grants, New Mexico.

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