Dude Perfect Drops Dandy of Trick Shot from Dallas' Reunion Tower

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterDecember 31, 2013

That's a guaranteed "H" in H-O-R-S-E.

It's really nice to see the boys get back to their roots. While we love the "Stereotypes" videos from Dude Perfect, there is something so satisfying about seeing a perfectly good basketball getting tossed from a perfectly good tower. 

We tip our hat to Bob's Blitz for spotting this epic toss from the trick-shot gurus. For their latest, Dude Perfect opts to keep things simple. 

While hardly convoluted, throwing a basketball off Reunion Tower (Dallas, Texas), which sits 561 feet in the air, is most definitely captivating. 

That's not all, because on the other end of a hard toss is a couple of guys working like two parts of the Three Stooges, preparing to pull off some athletic shenanigans down below. 

Rather than mess it all up, the two referred to as Cody and Garrett move the basket perfectly under the ball for one long three-point basket even Ray Allen would be proud of. 

Now all those people stuck in traffic at least got to see the shot firsthand, which might make an impromptu stop by the tower seem worthwhile. 

Of course, these guys have a very specific set of knowledge, namely how sports equipment looks, sounds and acts when falling from absurd heights.

So we appreciate Tyler Toney (otherwise known as "The Bearded Guy") remarking, "I don't know if you've ever stood next to a ball coming down 500 feet, but it can get pretty sketchy."

We imagine Dude Perfect will go bigger and higher for their next foray into trick-shot videos, which is fortunate, because we never grow weary of watching them—from the safety of our computer chairs. 

 

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