Nick Ward hits first 3-pointer of career as shot clock winds down

Nick Ward, a 6-foot-8, 245-pound big at Michigan State, is not known for his 3-point shooting abilities.

In fact, he hadn’t made one in his career leading into Saturday’s game against Southern Utah. The sophomore had the ball with the shot clock winding down, however, and Ward made a shot he won’t forget for a while.

The Spartans were up by 12 going into the possession, but once Ward realized the shot clock was winding down, that lead turned into 15 after what looked to be a confident shot — despite it being his first 3-point attempt as a Spartan.

Following the shot, unfortunately, Ward used his elbow and picked up a technical foul on the other side of the floor. Again, Ward will be remembering the shot.

The foul? Probably not so much.

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