Thursday, August 27, 2015

WATCH: Tony Wroten hits a long-range shot at the buzzer - again

Sixers guard Tony Wroten was at it again Friday night against the Lakers.

WATCH: Tony Wroten hits a long-range shot at the buzzer — again

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Sixers guard Tony Wroten. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)
Sixers guard Tony Wroten. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)

Sixers guard Tony Wroten was at it again Friday night against the Lakers.

During the Sixers’ 112-98 loss to the Lakers, Wroten buried a 62-foot prayer of a shot at then end of the third quarter. He finished the game with a team-high 16 points.

Just two days prior, Wroten drained a shot from the almost same distance, into the same basket, to end the same quarter during the Sixers’ game against to the Celtics.

Much like Friday, however, the Sixers stumbled their way through the fourth quarter and loss that game as well.

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But still Wroten deserves kudos for aerial wizardry nonetheless.

[Video courtesy of CSN Philly]

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