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Wednesday, November 21st, 2012 at 10:45 am  |  27 responses

Division III Player Jack Taylor Scores 138 Points (VIDEO)


Here are some of the mind-boggling 138 points that Division III guard Jack Taylor poured in last night. We don’t know if he has any “Mamba” in him as Kobe Bryant claimed, but Taylor sure did have the green light to bomb away.

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  • pposse

    #10 on the opposing teams looks like a legit 8th grader.

  • joe

    They look 15

  • Redd

    You know when humans believe a hype? Like people thinking Palestine is terrorizing Israel, this is it.

    Could I do this? Na I’m not playing division ball but the dude took like 90+ shots.

  • servant of the most high

    nuff respect to the kid on Faith Baptist who went for 70 shooting 34 for 44 from the field.

  • Draak Grafula

    You’d guess the opposing coach would start double teaming the guy at some point….

  • Max

    DIII Ball, where doing the same move over and over again gets you 138 points.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Gilbert/100001749589586 Mike Gilbert

    yea his game was actually a lot better considering the percentages haha

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Gilbert/100001749589586 Mike Gilbert

    108 smh lol

  • http://twitter.com/_DFrance DFrance

    Call me a hater but the only thing I respect about this is his ability to chuck that many shots up without his arm falling off. I played D3, so I’m a little annoyed that people think this sideshow is what D3 is all about.

  • http://twitter.com/_DFrance DFrance

    Probably mostly layups according to the “system” I that Grinnell uses. They give up layups to get the ball back quickly and jack 3s

  • Billy Hoyle

    I would’ve fouled him so hard when he hit 30 pts…where’s the defenders self respect he should be embarrassed…i could picture that guy in the locker room “man where was my help at?”

  • Redd

    ?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Gilbert/100001749589586 Mike Gilbert

    108 shots…

  • Slim

    I would recommend everyone look at the actual game footage of this kid rather than highlights…the coach instructed his team to allow the opposing team to score…Jack Taylor basically cherry-picked (he didn’t cross the half-court line)…if a teammate grab a rebound, he was instructed to throw the ball to Jack Taylor, even if that player was right under the basket for a lay-up.

  • LakeShow

    Consider me a hater.
    lol, this some bulllllll sh*t.

  • add

    i think i saw only 1 layup this whole video, should of forced him to the basket

  • Redd

    Oh, yeah I hadn’t checked how many he took when u said that. My bad.

  • bigA

    I heard this isn’t regular d3, its some weak church leaugue d3.
    I would have loved to defend that dude though. I’d give him 50 at most.

  • RetroActive

    Pretty fly for a white guy

  • Ugh

    Did you even watch the video? He’s doubled at 1:06 and 1:23, he draws extra defenders from the zone at :55, he’s triple teamed at :50 and 1:14. Why not engage your brain before you type?

  • Tempest

    He was definitely in his zone!

  • http://www.facebook.com/shooting.guard.319 Shooting Guard

    108 shots? i would need 2 and a half games to pull that off..

  • trueballer

    do not hate this guy..even if any of you haters guard a man in his night!!!!!!you cannot stop him..lebron and kobe is delighted by it……those are true legit stars who can appreciate..that is too much hard work dedication..and personal perseverance..none of you can do it 40 minutes to score alone.try it in a basketball court scoring 138 points with 70 percent.if you cannot do it..tell yourself you suck!!!!!!!!

  • trueballer

    you should give respect no matter what league it is…..it is really hard to achieve

  • EJ

    What’s most impressive is that he put up 108 shots in 40 minutes.

  • kh

    What an amazing performance! Hope he iced his elbow afterwards. Apparently a kid on the opposing team dropped 70!

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