worlds longest basketball shot

Discussion in 'General' started by KundaliniRising, Sep 25, 2009.

  1. I figured this is probably fake, at the most its extremely lucky, heres the lil article thang on it, followed by video

    There is a video circulating right now in which a guy tosses a basketball from the third deck of an 82,000-seat football stadium down to the playing field and right into the hoop.

    Fake, right? Any Web-savvy person would come to that conclusion before even watching the tape. But so far the latest exploit of "Dude Perfect," a collective of six Texas A&M students who film themselves making amazing basketball shots, has baffled video experts, who can find no evidence of edits. This isn't the first time "Dude Perfect" has achieved notoriety. Earlier this year their trick-shot-making skills [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xezi25WsGI"]were featured on "Good Morning America[/ame]."

    The stadium shot alone has now garnered over two million YouTube views, which will benefit the children, as the collective has promised to sponsor a child through the charity Compassion International for each 100,000 views they get.

    Kind of makes you want to believe it's real even more. But is it? Check out the shot from multiple angles and vote.


    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDNJxodKrZY&feature=player_embedded]YouTube - World's Longest Basketball Shot - by "Dude Perfect"[/ame]
     
  2. WHAT the fuck.

    How would they even edit that?

    If that's real, I don't even know what to say, lol. At least it's for charity.
     
  3. It's real-
     
  4. you can do anything with enough practice..
     
  5. They're Aggies.

    (All that needs to be said.) :)
     
  6. That second one has to be fake. You can see the ball curve in the air.
     
  7. I can do that.
     
  8. it does look fake, but I dont know really...its definitly a makeable shot...give me 30 trys and I think I could get 1 in.
     
  9. Yeah practice can achieve anything. It's not like it was his first ever throw. I bet they were there for 2 days solid.
     
  10. If he tried it 500 times he´s bound to get it right sometime.


    Still awesome
     

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