College Basketball

Oklahoma Basketball Player Asks if Pop-A-Shot Dominance Breaks NCAA Rules

Rising senior Oklahoma basketball player James Fraschilla (son of ESPN broadcaster Fran Fraschilla, and the star of an epic trick shot video earlier this year) played 12 minutes and scored three points total this past season, but don’t let that sway you into thinking he’s not able to get buckets in Pop-A-Shot. With that bounty of tickets, he probably earned himself a few nice bouncy balls and an eraser, or, if he chose to keep going, was about a quarter of the way towards a coveted stuffed animal.

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