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Seth Greenberg's halfcourt shot

LeBron? Dwight Howard? Vince Carter? Monta Ellis?

All have hit amazing trick shots in recent months, but I'll take the middle-aged bald Jewish dude in the sweat suit, thanks very much. (Because he has a D.C. connection, not because hes a middle-aged bald Jewish dude.)

During Virginia Tech's Wednesday practice in preparation for the ACC tournament quarterfinals, Seth Greenberg launched a hook shot from half-court. It was smoother than the top of his head.

"Displayed my range at practice!" he tweeted. "Think my college coach held me back! Might still have eligibility!"

And yet Greivis Vasquez did his best to upstage him. Just watch the video. And thank heavens for Comcast SportsNet.

(Greivis also connected from half-court. That's how he's rolling this year.)

By Dan Steinberg  |  March 10, 2010; 10:36 PM ET
Categories:  College Basketball , Terps  
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I wish the Post wouldn't cover VT like it was a DC area team. The Hokies aren't the only alumni base that is prominent in DC. Hell, Blacksburg is 4 hours away. Just because it's a state school, I guess.

Posted by: PropJoe | March 11, 2010 11:18 AM | Report abuse

Second that! VT blows.

If they're "local," so is all of Tobacco Road.

Seth Greenberg is the biggest [AHEM]hole in the ACC and it's not even close. He should go far away. This is in no way a commentary on middle-aged bald Jewish dudes in general.

Posted by: JohnnyBlades | March 11, 2010 12:08 PM | Report abuse

Quit your whining PropJoe. I wish the post would not cover a lot of stuff. GO HOKIES! I hope they kill the couch burning, street rioting, battery chucking terps!

Posted by: SkinsOsHokies | March 11, 2010 12:25 PM | Report abuse

Is it possible to start a page dedicated to whining about the Post covering VT. It seems like any article or mention of VT brings out these people. If you don't care for VT, then don't read the article.

Posted by: chiphihokie | March 11, 2010 1:42 PM | Report abuse

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