Student Hits 90/92 One-Handed Threes
The standard for making one-handed three-pointers was set by Gilbert Arenas, when he publically humiliated DeShawn Stevenson by knocking down more one-handed threes than Stevenson could make with two hands.
However, there is a new kid on the block!
Andrew Gosselin of Bentley University made 90 of 92 one-handed threes. Now, before you judge which exhibition was more impressive, it must be noted that there are two key differences between these feats. Gosselin was shooting from a college 3-point line, which is three feet shorter than the NBA line. On the flip side, Gosselin didn’t have anyone to shag balls for him, which likely hurt his rhythm.