Kevin Hart stunned the crowd inside Toronto's Air Canada Arena on Saturday night as he went toe-to-toe with Golden State Warriors All-Star Draymond Green in their own three-point contest.
When the actor/comedian challenged Green to the contest last week over social media, few gave him a chance - he was going up against a bonafide NBA star after all.
After watching the Dubs star register just 12 points in 60 seconds, however, Hart recovered from a slow start to match Green and seemingly tie the contest with his final shot.
According to the decision-makers, Green was actually crowned the champion after Hart's last-second three was deemed to have been made after his time elapses. To everyone watching on, though, it was a dead heat.
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Green, a .420-percent shooter from three-point range this season, is actually tied tenth in the NBA in three-point efficiency in 2015-16. Going up against the 5 ft 4 inch Hart was supposed to be an easy W for the Warriors forward.
The NBA star is going to struggle the moment down, and it wasn't made any easier when his two Golden State teammates, Klay Thompson and Steph Curry, went on to finish in the top two spots in Saturday night's official three-point contest.