From the NBA rulebook's point of view, he did not.
The ball slipped out of Green's hands, through the bottom of the basket, off the backboard and then down through the net. The Bucks were awarded the ball on a turnover, but not before most of those in attendance at Chase Center were deeply confused.
Uhh does this count?? 😂 pic.twitter.com/gae08WNbVi
— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) January 9, 2020
"I've never seen that before," injured Warriors guard D'Angelo Russell appeared to say.
Alas, the NBA's rule-makers had, as the league's rulebook explicitly forbids scoring in such a manner.
In "Section XI" of "Rule No. 10: Violations and Penalties," the NBA rulebook says that "[a] player shall not be the last to touch a ball which rises above the rim level within the cylinder from below," and that such a violation results in a change of possession.
There's nothing in the "HORSE" rulebook that forbids it, though, at least as far as we know.
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