Harlem Globetrotters And Stomp Make Incredible Music... With Basketballs

The entire video was shot in one take -- but it took seven tries to get it right.

The Harlem Globetrotters took a break from beating the Washington Generals to join a theater group known for beating on anything that happens to be around. 

Performers from the New York production of "Stomp" joined the one-of-a-kind basketball team to make a one-of-a-kind music video in celebration of the Globetrotters' 90th anniversary. 

The clip features basketball theatrics from Bull Bullard, Cheese Chisholm, Firefly Fisher and Handles Franklin, who are joined by members of "Stomp" as they work together to create a rhythm using basketballs and handclaps. 

"For years, we've had a basketball routine as part of 'Stomp,'" the show's co-creator, Steve McNicholas, told the Associated Press. "But what these guys can do with basketballs is stunning. A different league."

The video was done in one take -- but it took seven tries to get it right, the news agency reported.

Check it out in the clip above. 


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