If there is one thing about world records, it's that they're always made to be broken. Today (November 14) was an example of that rule as a member of the Harlem Globetrotters broke the Guinness Book of World Records of longest basketball shot made.
As Fanlala shares, Harlem Globetrotter member Thunder Law, whose name is so badass, attempted to break the world record that stood at 104 feet and seven inches. Thunder Law did just that at the US Airways Center in Phoenix, Ariz. with a successful shot from 109 feet and nine inches away. If you don't believe us, watch the video proof below.