Thunder from the Harlem Globetrotters set the world record for longest basketball shot last year. Now he sets another record by doing it again, but this time he does it backwards.
How does someone throw a basketball that far, backwards nonetheless, and still get it in?
A high shot that arcs and goes right in.
You can’t even see the hoop when you throw it backwards. He must have done this so many times that the precise motions and distances were instinctual, or he has eyes somewhere along the back of his head, or the back of his elbow.
If you missed it, here’s his forward facing record-breaking shot: