HOUSTON – As the Harlem Globetrotters prepare to play in Texas from July 13-15, star player Thunder Law spun his way to the upper deck of Minute Maid Park to knock down the first basketball trick shot in the stadium’s history. As a way to celebrate the Houston Astros’ winning ways, the video below shows Thunder performing tricks throughout the stadium with Astros mascot Orbit and the team’s recognizable train conductor “Bobby Dynamite.”
This latest feat adds to Thunder’s accomplishments off of the basketball court in Houston. The four-time Guinness World Record holder also knocked down a shot from the roof of NRG Stadium less than two years ago (video).
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Fans can see more trick shots, world-class dunks, incredible ball handling and comedy in person when the Globetrotters play The Berry Center in the Houston suburb of Cypress on Sunday, July 15 at 3 p.m. The Globetrotters will also play the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park near Austin on Friday, July 13 and the AT&T Center in San Antonio on Saturday, July 14.
Video courtesy of Harlem Globetrotters
Tickets and details are available at www.HarlemGlobetrotters.com
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