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Anthony Chiusano | NCAA.com | February 4, 2017

WATCH: Fordham's Anderson hits buzzer-beating 2OT winner

Antwoine Anderson is quickly becoming the go-to guy for Fordham men's basketball in late-game situations.

Two weeks after nailing the game-winning shot against VCU, the redshirt junior played hero once again Saturday night, nailing the buzzer-beating 3-pointer to lift the Rams to an 86-83 double-overtime win over Saint Joseph's.

With the game tied at 83-83 with seven seconds left, Anderson took the inbound pass and strolled up the court before letting the game-winner fly from his left hand with about two ticks left on the clock.

That clutch 3-pointer gave Anderson an even 20 points for the night, marking a team-high.

 

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