Did Corey Fisher Score 105 Points in Summer League Game?
Corey Fisher #10 of the Villanova Wildcats handles the ball against of Marquette Golden Eagles during the quarterfinal of the 2010 NCAA Big East Tournament at Madison Square Garden on March 11, 2010 in New York City. (Getty Images)more pics »Corey Fisher is a Villanova guard who allegedly scored 105 points during a summer league basketball in NYC, according to the Washington Post. Plenty of reliable sources are reporting the college player did just that -- but video has yet to surface of the feat, making some people skeptical that he really cleared 105 points in one game.
Did Corey Fisher score 105 points in a summer league game? (Getty) People seem to be asking: "Why isn't the video on YouTube if he did the unbelievable?" Everything else is on YouTube, so no one thought they should capture such an athletic feat during the game? That's hard to believe.
Still, places like NBADraft.net, Bounce Magazine, and Dime have all confirmed the score, and claim Fisher made 23 of the 28 attempted 3-pointers, and he scored 72 of the points in the second half of the game. Could it be?
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