If you think it can't happen, well, Smartypants, maybe you just don't know nuthin'. Maybe you ought to think about quantum tunneling.
Quantum tunneling is the effect of quantum particles moving through an energy state considered impossible in the context of what are considered classical mechanics.
Under classical physics theory, objects can only move from one place to another if they possess sufficient energy for the shift. For example, a ball arriving slowly at the base of a hill may have insufficient velocity to roll over the hill without some energy given to it from an external source.However, quantum particles don't behave like a classical object; they don't have a fixed location in space until a measurement of them is made. Until then, they have the attribute of existing in every possible location, so could suddenly be on the opposite side of the hill without requiring an external nudge.
Eat that, doubters. The rest of you, stay sharp. We may soon call another juju intervention - and even abort it, moments before the game. (As in what happened the last time: A four-game winning streak.)