On Thursday, the display came from Cassidy Cerny and her teammate Nathan Paris during the second half NCAA March Madness game between St Mary's College and Indiana in Portland, Oregon.
The ball was wedged on the top of the backboard and in between the backboard and the shock clock, which was incredibly high for anyone, including the basketball players, to jump up and get it.One of the game's referees tried to set the ball free with a mop while standing in a chair but had no luck.
And when the tallest basketball players also failed to get the ball, the game commentators and crowd called upon the Hoosiers cheerleaders.
That was the moment when Paris and Cerny stepped into formation. The duo joined as one so that Cerny could be lifted into the air as her two feet were standing firmly in Paris' hand palms to grab the ball.
"Yes, get the cheerleader up, get her up there!" said TBS commentator Andrew Catalon. "This is how you do it!"