WILDWOOD, N.J. -- Harlem Globetrotters are known for their antics on and off the basketball court, sinking incredible trick shots (including this epic one from the catwalk of the Georgia Dome! #RIP) and slam dunks.

But you probably haven't see a shot like this.

On Tuesday, the Harlem Globetrotters posted to video of player Bull Bullard's latest trick: trying to make a basket from the while hovering 210 feet above the New Jersey shoreline in a helicopter.

(Spoiler Alert: he makes it)

With a graceful snap of the wrist and a swish of the net, it became the highest basketball shot ever made from an aircraft.

It's not Bull's first trick shot at Morey's. Last summer, he drained a basketball into a hoop while riding the Sky Coaster, falling 110 feet in the air and topping 60 mph. (Click here to watch.)

Don't know about you, but we're impressed.

The trick kicks off a national tour for the Atlanta-based team, which begins this fall. For a full schedule of Globetrotter games around the world, head to their website.

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