WATCH: Globetrotter hammers home skydiving slam dunk – WTHR

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The Harlem Globetrotters reached new heights with their latest record-breaking dunk.

Globetrotter Hammer Harrison jumped out of a plane with a professional sky diver while holding a basketball. The pair plummeted to earth from 13,000 feet before pulling the chute and hitting their mark perfectly.

As they passed by a basketball goal on the ground, Harrison hammered home the high-flying slam dunk to celebrate “World Trick Shot Day.”

According to the Globetrotters website, Harrison also made the world’s highest basketball bungee dunk, jumping 855 from the Stratosphere in Las Vegas. He is the Guinness World Records record holder for longest underhand basketball shot, sinking a basket from 85 feet, 4.25 inches away.

Today we’re #PushingTheLimits with a SKYDIVING slam dunk from 13,000 feet to celebrate #WorldTrickShotDay! ✈️ Even when falling at 120-130 mph, Hammer Harrison will still make the shot! 🏀🔥

Posted by Harlem Globetrotters on Tuesday, December 3, 2019

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