Gary Harris Provides Hoosier Hysteria

Gary Harris Provides Hoosier Hysteria

Game winning shots in tournament play is something legends are made of. For future Spartan Gary Harris, this one will be a lifelong memory. has some special video from the game and an interview following the game.

The Fox Sports Next family was on hand Tuesday night when Michigan State pledge Gary Harris showed his special talents in front of a full house at Noblesville (IN) High School as Fishers Hamilton Southeastern battled Indianapolis North Central.

With several top players in the game, Harris set aside a slow start to steal the show with less than 30 seconds remaining and his team trailing by four.

Harris hit a three, and after North Central went one-of-one at the line, Harris tossed in two free throws to tie the game.

While that would have been enough for most players, Harris is not one of them as he forced a turnover with just 4.6 seconds left in the game.

It was here Harris may have left his mark as the future Spartan caught the ball just beyond half court, took two dribbles, made a reverse spin, and launched a shot from about 38 feet from the goal.

With fans following the path of the ball most were sure this one was not over. However, the ball banked off the glass and went through the net sending the gym into a frenzy proving once again Hoosier Hysteria is alive and well.

Watch the interview and see the game winning shot in the following video. Recommended Stories