Abu Tratter's failed attempt at 360-degree dunk catches attention of 'Shaqtin' producer
Abu Tratter of La Salle blows a dunk attempt on a fastbreak. Marlo Cueto

ABU Tratter’s blown dunk on Sunday in a game against University of Santo Tomas has caught the attention of the producer of Shaqtin’ A Fool.

Mike Goldfarb, creator and producer of the television show that highlights blunders from mostly NBA games, tweeted a video of Tratter missing an attempt at a 360-degree dunk early in the fourth quarter of La Salle’s lopsided win over University of Santo Tomas.

On Sunday, an amused Ben Mbala joked on Twitter that his La Salle teammates' blown dunk is bound for the TV show hosted by NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal.

"My boy made it to Shaqtin fool. You famous now bro," Mbala wrote.

Days later, Goldfab posted this on his Twitter page:

Here's Mbala discussing the failed dunk after the game.

“He was probably tired. He didn’t prepare for his legs. It happens to everyone,” said Mbala. “I would say it was a Shaqtin’ A Fool moment. I’m sure you guys enjoyed it.”

It turned out his words were prophetic.

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