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Let’s See Someone in the NCAA Basketball Tournament Make This Shot

What’s helicopter basketball you ask? Why it’s only the hottest new… actually no, this is just a one time stunt. Pulled off by Man vs. Internet, the stunt is the ‘world record’ shot attempt from a helicopter hovering over a basketball hoop 192 feet below. Factoring the wind and the height, it’s no easy feat.  

If you freeze frame at :28 seconds, you can see it took nearly six attempts before the guy in the helicopter managed to successfully shoot one through the hoop. The multiple angles shown later prove the shots are real and not CGI.

We’re not sure what these guys are going for here, since nobody from the Guinness Book of World Records was there to officiate the otherwise impressive feat. Still, the internet just got one more video worth sharing in celebration of March Madness.

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