Talk about hang time!
Harlem Globetrotters star Bull Bullard was captured on video Wednesday as he made a trick basketball shot from an airplane at the Woodbine Airport in New Jersey.
Sitting behind the pilot in a two-person Super Cub, Bullard leaned out the doorless plane and dropped a shot at a hoop set up on a landing strip as the plane flew over it at about 70 mph.
The Harlem Globetrotters posted this video to YouTube this week showing Bull Bullard as he made a trick basketball shot from an airplane
The cool video was taken Wednesday above the Woodbine Airport in New Jersey
Known for their on-court trickery, Bull’s plane shot was the first by a Globetrotter, the team said
Known for their on-court trickery with a basketball, Bull’s shot was the first by a Globetrotter from an airplane.
The Globetrotters posted the video on Twitter Wednesday morning, writing: ‘This was a first in our 92-year history…. FROM AN AIRPLANE.’
The video attracted nearly 3,600 views within the day.
Bullard poses for a photo during the Tough Mudder’s ‘Mudder Beach’ Event, which included workouts presented by Merrell and new 2017 obstacles at Muscle Beach on January 12, 2017 in Venice Beach, California
Bullard performs during 106 & Park at BET studio on February 10, 2014 in New York City
According to the Press of Atlantic City, the Globetrotters are scheduled for four games next week at the Wildwoods Convention Center.
‘We’re all about amazing feats of basketball at the Harlem Globetrotters, both inside the arena and anywhere in the world,’ Bullard told the local outlet.
‘I can’t wait to meet up with my teammates next week and put on a great show for the fans!’
Bullard leaned out the doorless plane and dropped a shot at a hoop set up on a landing strip as the plane flew over it at about 70 mph
Bullard had been preparing for upcoming games at the Wildwood Convention Center in Jersey