We are all in agreement that Micah Bradford has to get something for this shot, right? It doesn't have to be points because he let it go after the buzzer and it was so far from being on target that it nearly sailed over the shot clock, but something that unbelievable simply has to be rewarded somehow. Maybe the ESPY's could make themselves even more useless by introducing a category for 'Best Play That Didn't Result In A Statistic', because a shot that was straight out of a sports movie that failed to suspend disbelief deserves the recognition. I don't care that it was pure luck and had no effect on the outcome of the game, because a half court heave that remarkable hasn't been seen since Jordan and Bird were going toe-to-toe for a Big Mac in a McDonald's commercial. The ball legitimately left the screen entirely. That's such a cartoonish thing to happen that it should have already been written into the script of the forever-delayed 'Space Jam 2'. The most unlikely prayer coming to fruition in a completely untimely fashion? Micah Bradford basically just proved that God is human and makes mistakes, and I can't help but think that every non-Catholic owes him at least a blue ribbon or a gold star for doing so.