Harlem Globetrotter Makes Amazing Trick Shot From Plane

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A Harlem Globetrotter is taking basketball to new heights in an airplane.

William “Bull” Bullard attempted a new feat this year, making a trick shot from an airplane traveling 70 mph in Wildwood, New Jersey.

“I study the angles of a trick shot before I attempt it,” Bullard said. “But the more unique trick shots I do, the better I get!"

This isn’t the first time the player has made impressive shots. Last year, Bullard made a shot from a helicopter 210 feet in the air, and the year before it was from the Skycoaster at Morey Piers.

In video of this year's attempt, Bullard grins from ear to ear and gives a thumbs up once he realizes he’s landed the midair shot.

The monoplane was flown by a pilot who flies many of the banner planes at the Jersey Shore.

As a team, the Harlem Globetrotters hold 16 Guinness World Record titles. They are clearly looking to add to that total. 


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