From I drink sport
A timer designed to increase the speed in which an event takes place
Multiple sports have used a shot clock in the past to speed up the pace of a game. Generally associated with Basketball, a shot clock has become a big part of the game and allowing for a team to not just sit on a possession.
See the wikipedia term for more on the Sports Shot Clock
A shot clock may be called in many situations when it comes to drinking.
- In Beer Pong, one may evoke a 24 second shot clock after 10 seconds of waiting. After the shot clock
the team must forfeit their entire round of shots. This includes any made cup if made prior to the violation that round.
- If someone were to call Finish it on someone, the person making the call automatically
starts a 35 second shot clock by making the call, therefore allowing only 35 seconds for the person to finish their drink without penalty.