Ready. Get set. Go.
Those words were probably in the mind of Michigan State commit Gary Harris, a five-star phenom whose half-court 3-pointer gave his team, Hamilton Southeastern, an 86-83 overtime win Tuesday night over North Central (both Indianapolis-area programs) in the Indiana state tournament.
The 6-foot-6 guard took the in-bounds pass, spun nearly 360 degrees and launched his shot while being draped by defenders as time expired. The top-ranked shooting guard of the 2012 class' mid-court heroics caused the fans in the stands to rush the court in a frenzy. And for Spartans fans, it probably dulled the sting of Tuesday's 70-55 loss to the Indiana Hoosiers.
Harris' game-winner was one for the ages, so I encourage you to watch it over and over again.