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Longest Distance From Which To Dunk A Ball Into A Toy Basketball Hoop

United States Kenneth Evans

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Citrus Heights, California, United States / July 20, 2011

Kenneth Evans dunked a ball into a toy basketball hoop from 132 inches away.

DENIED: Basket must be at least six feet high.


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- basket must be at least 6 feet high
- must measure basket height and distance to "takeoff" line on video at start of each attempt
- must touch basket rim with hand or wrist while dunking
- ball must be successfully dunked through rim before feet touch ground


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