World Record Backwards Basketball Shot!

Basketball fans must see this YouTube Video. Check out Thunder Law of the Harlem Globetrotters as he completely shatters the Guinness World Records record for farthest backwards basketball shot. The shot is an amazing distance of 82’2″, breaking the previous record by 10 feet!

This is the second world record for Thunder since he joined the Globe Trotters 5 years ago. Both of the world records accomplished by Thunder were at US Airways Center in Phoenix as part of the annual Guinness World Records Day.

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A Look At Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan: basketball player, entrepreneur, and principal owner and chairman of the Charlotte Hornets.

Jordan played 15 seasons in the NBA for the Chicago Bulls and Washington Wizards. His biography on the NBA website states, “By acclamation, Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all time.” Jordan was one of the best marketed athletes of his generation and was instrumental in popularizing the NBA around the world.

Check out the YouTube video of the Top 5 Michael Jordan Commercials.

Phil Jackson Cannot Save The Knicks Alone

Same old – same old in NYC. The New York Knicks went down hard to the Washington Wizards (last night) as you can see in this YouTube video. The spoiled NBA (also rans) under the direction of Phil Jackson could not keep up with the Wizards who showed everyone in attendance that NBA basketball is a team sport. It is time that the Knicks start delivering some real results to a fan base which has been loyal for many years. Phil Jackson has been a big winner in the past with legendary teams in Chicago and LA but he is going to have to pull a Harry Potter to produce anything tangible for this season in New York. If would like to join our team as a blogger and right about the Knicks – please email us @ contact@getrealbasketball.com. For all your basketball updates – please join us on our Twitter handle @ Getrealbasket.

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