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Anthony Chiusano | NCAA.com | February 11, 2017

Watch: NDSU's incredible no-look,fling to score on own basket

  Khy Kabellis flings a one-handed shot behind the 3-point line Saturday.

North Dakota State's Khy Kabellis made an incredible no-look shot against Denver Saturday night that would make any H.O.R.S.E. player jealous. The only problem? The incredible finish came on his own team's basket.

Following a missed Denver 3-pointer, Kabellis chased after the loose ball side-by-side with a Pioneer as it bounced toward the baseline by the Denver bench. Kabellis reached the ball first, but with his momentum taking him out of bounds, the guard used his left hand to fling the ball back inbounds with his back and eyes away from the basket. 

But instead of the intended no-look pass from behind the 3-point line finding a teammate — or opponent, for that matter — it found the bottom of the net to give Denver free points.

The Bison's Twitter account had a little bit of fun with the oddity after the game. Of course, a first place team can joke about it after an 81-63 win.

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