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Extreme Final Four Trick Shots

April 9, 2014

 

The NCAA basketball tournament may be over. But even the most dedicated March Madness fans may have missed the incredible shots made in this video. Sure, a game-winning buzzer-beater is impressive. But these buckets are in a whole other league.

The high-energy bros of Dude Perfect have made a living with these extreme baskets. Check out more of their awesome trick shots HERE


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