Record: Player hits throw from 30 meters away
It seems that it is not just basketball fun and juggling that lives the world famous Harlem Globetrotters team. In addition to delighting the eyes of audiences around the globe with his shows, one of the youngest players in the group has just put his name on the record book.
The recruiter known as “Thunder Law” hit the basket no less than 33 meters away, breaking the previous mark that was “only” 31 meters. To be more precise, the player is now registered with Guinness World Records as the owner of the "longest basketball pitch in the world", scoring accurate 33.45 meters away.
The player himself says he can't believe he could break a world record. "Thanks. It's definitely an honor to represent my team, the Harlem Globetrotters, as a rookie and breaking the world's longest throwing record, ”says Thunder, who is likely to include some such adventures during his upcoming group's upcoming performances.