Maryland junior Melo Trimble is a stone-cold killer.
Late in the fourth quarter of a tied game against Michigan State, Trimble single-handedly won the game for the Terps. The sequence went this way: The score was tied at 60 and the Spartans had the ball. They set up a cross-screen in the paint with their center wide open, but he mis-handled the pass and lost it out of bounds.
Trimble got the ball back after Maryland took a timeout and brought it up the left side of the court. Then about 25 feet from the basket, he pulls up to drain a 3-pointer.
At this point his teammates are going wild and run out onto the court. But there's actually time left on the clock to give Michigan State one last play, a shot that bounces off the rim.
Terps win 63-60.
Here's what the shot looked like on Big Ten Network.