Dude Perfect Crew Returns, Hits Shot From Moving Airplane

The Dude Perfect crew has become kind of huge. My first encounter with them was on this World's Longest Shot video at Texas A&M. Since then they've gotten tons of exposure, including some work with Tyreke Evans on a rookie of the year campaign. (Here's an an example from that campaign.) Anyway, they're back with a shot that probably doesn't qualify as their highest altitude, but might have its highest degree of difficulty. We present the airplane shot: ↵
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↵That's just impressive. I'm having a hard time guessing exactly how high that was. If the hoop is 10 feet, I'd guess they were at maybe 40-50 feet? Still, the height in the airplane shot isn't what's impressive. It's all about the timing. Given that they've got some kind of deal going with GMC, I can only guess what kind of truck-inspired shots we've got coming on June 1. Check out their new website at dudeperfect.com, too.↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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