Portland State Player Turns End-of-Game Handshake into Steal and Dunk

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistDecember 4, 2014

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The Portland Pilots showed respect by holding on to the ball rather than trying to score with a 14-point lead over the Portland State Vikings on Wednesday as the clock ran down. However, Vikings guard Bryce White wasn't done playing.

White fooled Portland's Alec Wintering—who had dribbled out the clock—by pretending to go for an end-of-game handshake. Then, he poked the ball away from Wintering and got an easy dunk in the final seconds. 

Obviously, the home crowd didn't like that. None of the Portland players really seemed to care enough to try to stop White. The Pilots pretty much just shook their heads at the sophomore's late-game "heroics."

White finished the game with 10 12 points, but his team still suffered an 83-71 defeat.

The Vikings should be thankful they aren't scheduled to face the Pilots again this season. If they were, Portland probably wouldn't show any mercy.

[YouTube, h/t Deadspin]

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