George Mason Manager Locates and Retrieves Missing Contact Lens Across Court

Thomas Duffy@@TJDhoopsFeatured ColumnistMarch 10, 2017

This George Mason Patriots team manager has impeccable court vision.

Early in the first half of Thursday's 82-71 overtime win against the Fordham Rams in the Atlantic 10 tournament, graduate manager Bryson Johnson spotted a contact lens all the way across the floor. It belonged to George Mason point guard Otis Livingston II.

Anyone with contacts knows how impressive this is. It's hard enough to spot a dropped lens inches away. Homing in on one from that distance is almost unfathomable.

Johnson's keen eye paid off big-time. Livingston was crucial in sending the game to overtime:

The sophomore guard scored 17 points and grabbed seven boards in 41 minutes.

[Twitter, h/t NBC Sports]

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