Trick shot artists Dude Perfect topped off a video of world record basketball stunts with a feat that's way up there.
Tyler Toney shot a ball from Oklahoma City's Cotter Ranch Tower and then watched it plummet through the net 533 feet below, according to the clip. That was more than enough for a Guinness World Record, beating the old mark of 415 feet.
If you're a fan of other obscure but fun hoops feats, like the longest shot hit with your head or longest behind-the-back shot, enjoy the entire video in full. But if you want to cut to the skyscraper spectacular, fast-forward to the 6:15 mark above or watch it below.
It didn't swish, but who's quibbling.
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