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Aaron Rodgers and Chris Paul star in Dude Perfect trick shot video

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Aaron Rodgers and Chris Paul teamed up with Dude Perfect this week to release one hell of a trick shot video. (Scroll down to watch)

The Green Bay Packers quarterback and Los Angeles Clippers point guard joined up with the leaders in the trick shot game to deliver an epic video, which was State Farm sponsored and took place at Milwaukee Panther Arena in downtown Milwaukee.

The two superstars were on hot form as they managed to absolutely nail every obstacle and challenge put in front of them by the Dude Perfect team.

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Rodgers managed to drill a lazer into a bin from the very back row of the arena, as well as nailing a target that released a balloon, then hitting the balloon dead center with a football.

Not to be outdone, CP3 bowled a full court strike with a bowling ball before draining a shot through a hoop that was rotating 360 degrees. Watch the action here...

At the end of the six-minute spectacle, the Dude Perfect guys presented Rodgers and Paul with $25,000 checks from State Farm to their respective charities.

Rodgers was representing Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer, while CP3 was repping the Chris Paul Family Foundation.

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