Keena Mays shot 39.6% from 3-point range this season for SMU. During the 3-Point Championship on ESPN, she only scored a 12 and was eliminated after the first round of basketball shooting. Mays was smiling, but wasn’t ready to celebrate with the same enthusiasm as this fan. Imagine if she had won.
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