Harlem Globetrotters star Bull Bullard made the shot if his life — from a helicopter, 210-feet above the hoop. Video of the aerial shot was released by the club Tuesday. Bullard boarded the helicopter last Wednesday morning and by noon, got the ball through the net on the ground at Morey’s Piers Amusement Parks in...
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