Maryland guard Destiny Slocum drives the ball in the second half of a first-round game against Bucknell in the women’s NCAA college basketball tournament in College Park, Md., Friday, March 17, 2017. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
The men's NCAA Tournament finally produced some much-needed drama on Saturday.
The women's tournament provided the shot of March _ at least so far _ on Sunday.
With her team up 13 and time winding down in the first half against sixth-seeded West Virginia, Maryland's Destiny Slocum took an entry pass, threw both elbows behind her head and heaved an off-balance, contested 70-footer at the net.
It didn't just go in. It barely touched the rim.
— Maryland WBB (@umdwbb) March 19, 2017
Perhaps the best moment of the clip comes at the end, when a West Virginia assistant throws his notes in the air as if he knew this wouldn't be the Mountaineers' day.
It wasn't. Maryland went on to win 83-56 and advance to the Sweet 16.