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This Is What Happens When You Try To Make A Basketball Shot From 583 Feet Up

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Nowadays, in the NBA, the three-point shot reigns supreme. Players like Kyrie Irving and Stephen Curry are launching them from farther than ever, with insane precision and accuracy. Yet, perhaps not even they could fathom taking a shot from way up in the sky.

Harlem Globetrotter Buckets Blakes recently took World Trick Shot Day to new heights when he climbed the Tower of the Americas in San Antonio, Texas to take a shot from 583 feet in the air. With the help of a scientific phenomenon known as the Magnus effect, this otherwise impossible shot became possible…

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Now that’s taking trick shots to new heights. I don’t think there are many NBA stars who could make that one!

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