Posted On: 12/4/18 11:30 PM

Memphis Central head coach John Anderson Sr. told his players to get out of the way with senior point guard Jhalen Hayes staring down the game clock with the ball in his hands at the top of the key.

Senior guard Cameron Sims was guarding him in a one-on-one situation with the game tied 73-all. Hayes allowed the clock to run down to six seconds before he made his move. The home crowd started counting down as the game clock was winding down. Then, Hayes changed hands, went from his right hand to his left, before throwing up a desperation 3 that went in off the backboard as the buzzer sounded, defeating Lausanne (4-1), 76-73.

The win gives the Warriors (2-3) confidence that they can hang with good teams.

After the shot fell, Hayes celebrated with his teammates and the coaching staff, but it had appeared time was still left on the clock. Lynx head coach Marvis Davis called a timeout right after Hayes’ heroic 3-pointer, but the referees were already off the court.

The game was called, even though Davis and his staff were arguing there was still time left in the game.

“It was about two seconds left, I

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