An Ohio State player requires surgery after pounding the court while guarding New Zealander Tai Webster.
Jae'Sean Tate was guarding Webster on the three-point arc during Ohio State's clash with Nebraska, when he reportedly re-aggravated an injury in bizarre fashion.
A fired up Tate crouched down and pounded the court, but clearly got carried away in the moment as Webster blew past him with ease and was fouled taking a shot.
Tate has a history of shoulder problems from high school basketball, and after coming out of the game in the first half in pain from throwing a pass, returned to the floor be embarrassed by the Kiwi.
His blushes were saved as Ohio State held on for a late 65-62 win.
Tate will miss the rest of the season as he undergoes surgery for his left shoulder.
He has since tweeted claiming he picked up the injury weeks ago, but in doing so received flak from fans for doing more harm to an already hurt shoulder.