Harlem Globetrotter breaks world-record with amazing long-shot

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There's not many things the Harlem Globetrotters can do nowadays that evoke genuine surprise from a world-wide audience.

From insane dunks to unbelievable tricks and everything in between- they've done it all.

And now it turns out they're pretty damn good at amazing long throws as well, as rookie Thunder Law so aptly showcased in his attempt to smash the world record for the furthest distance to have ever scored a basket from.

Law, a 23-year-old who is currently in his first-year with the Globetrotters, set a new Guinness World Record when he scored a basket from the incredible distance of 109ft and 9in, smashing the previous record of 104ft out of the park.

Check out the crazy feat in the video above!

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