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Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Late Oklahoma State three-pointer causes six-figure swing at sportsbooks


The Oklahoma State Cowboys drained a three-pointer at the buzzer Friday that was utterly meaningless when it came to the result, but quite the opposite in Vegas.

Michigan led Oklahoma State 92-88 as time ran out in the first round game, but the Cowboys’ Jawun Evans drained a three at the buzzer. His team still lost, but the point spread had Michigan favored by 2.5 — meaning the shot meant a backdoor cover for Oklahoma State.

The sportsbooks promptly went nuts.

It was no small thing, too, as the shot had a major impact.

Hey, maybe the bookies are starting to recover from that awful run they had in January.

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