Texas’ Myck Kabongo hits circus buzzer-beater against Oklahoma, leads miraculous 22-point comeback

Myck Kabongo, from the seat of his pants, watches his buzzer-beating jumper fall to force overtime against Oklahoma.

Talk about a Red River Shootout.

While hundreds of thousands of Texas and Oklahoma fans gather every year in anticipation for one of the biggest games of every football season, this year’s Longhorns-Sooners basketball game didn’t get quite the same pub.

That is, of course, until Texas’ Myck Kabongo banged his drum. The Horns’ star guard was suspended for a chunk of games early on, but he has been making up for lost time. Against dreaded Oklahoma, Kabongo went 9-of-13 from the field and sank 11-of-14 free throws en route to a 31-point, eight-rebound, six-assist masterpiece.

Oh yeah, and he lead his team to a desperately needed 22-point second-half comeback win, knocking off Oklahoma 92-86 in overtime.

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