With just seconds left in their basketball contest Wednesday, Portland led Portland State by 14 points, and opposing players stopped competing and started shaking hands.
Portland's Alec Wintering had the ball past mid-court and stopped dribbling so he could greet Portland State's Bryce White, No. 3, who was approaching him.
After Wintering stuck out his hand, White raised his up — was he opting for a high-five?
No, just an induction into the sportsmanship hall of shame.
White's right hand came down hard, knocking the ball from Wintering's grasp.
Then, White picked up the loose ball down-court and dunked it.
Wintering and his teammates didn't bother attempting to defend the bush league move — and spectators who watched it unfold let White know it wasn't appreciated.
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