It's unbelievable how someone can do something like this over such a little thing.

According to WAFB, a person was upset over a no call on a foul during a pickup basketball game. That person, 22-year-old Trevor Marshall, left the game and came back with a gun to shoot and kill the man who fouled him, 33-year-old Elekist Wheeler.

Here are the details:

A disagreement during a neighborhood basketball game took a violent turn when one of the players thought he was being intentionally fouled.

One of the men playing the game said the trouble began at about 3 p.m. Friday when things started to get too rough.

Jerrell Jones said the suspect announced that he was going back to his car to grab some tennis shoes, but what he was really getting was his gun.

“I was winning. I don’t see why he had to argue with us though. You know how when you’re playing basketball, you get fouled and stuff? That’s what it’s really about. Because he got slapped the wrong way- thought people wanted to fight. But he said, ‘I don’t want to fight, I’m just going to shoot.’ And he didn’t stop after one or two shots- he shot four or five times, probably more than that,” said Jones.

Columbus police have announced they’re looking for 22-year-old Trevor Marshall, who also goes by the nickname “Twin.” Authorities believe he is the man who shot 33-year-old Elekist Wheeler during that game. Wheeler was hit once in the abdomen and he was taken to a hospital in stable condition.

As Black Sports Online notes, it's literally like a scene straight from the movie "White Men Can't Jump":



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