Harlem Globetrotter Shatters Guinness World Record

Thunder_Law_Guinness_World_RecordTrend setters and innovators of the game of basketball for decades, the iconic Harlem Globetrotters have added another in a long line of amazing feats, as Globetrotters rookie Thunder Law today smashed the official Guinness World Records® record for the longest basketball shot – connecting from 109 feet 9 inches, besting the old mark of 104 feet 7 inches, set nearly three years ago.

“Wow! It’s definitely an honor as a rookie to represent my team, the Harlem Globetrotters, and break the record for the world’s longest basketball shot”

Law broke the record at US Airways Center in Phoenix, home of the Phoenix Suns, as part of the ninth annual Guinness World Records Day.

“Wow! It’s definitely an honor as a rookie to represent my team, the Harlem Globetrotters, and break the record for the world’s longest basketball shot,” said Thunder. “The Globetrotters make phenomenal trick shots at our shows every night, so if you want to see more spectacular feats, you have to come out and see us live.”

Tickets to see Thunder and the Globetrotters on their 2014 “Fans Rule” World Tour are on sale now at www.harlemglobetrotters.com, as the Globetrotters will play 300 games in North America alone from December 26, 2013, through April 2014.

Guinness World Records Day sees upwards of 300,000 people in more than a dozen countries trying to set or break world records. Established to commemorate the day in 2004 when Guinness World Records became the world’s best-selling copyright book, every year Guinness World Records Day captures the imagination of people young and old from every side of the world attempting some truly amazing and awe inspiring feats.

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