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Longest Basketball Shot Made From A Three-Ball Cascade

United States Pete Moyer

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Hillsboro, Illinois, United States / December 1, 2011

Pete Moyer made a successful basketball shot from 34 feet away while juggling three basketballs in a cascade pattern.

- basketballs must be regulation men's basketballs (29.5 inches)
- basket must be at regulation height (10 ft.) and diameter (18 inches)
- must juggle basketballs in a three ball cascade before making shot
- may pause juggling while shot is taken
- must provide video evidence
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