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Harlem Globetrotters perform highest ever alley-oop slamdunk

The Harlem Globetrotters have performed the world's highest ever alley-oop slam dunk from the Sky Tower in Auckland, New Zealand.

The world famous Globetrotters, who are currently on a promotional tour of Australia and New Zealand ahead of their April tour, completed the stunning alley-oop from the 192 metre tower.

DeAndre “DRAGON” Taylor (https://www.harlemglobetrotters.com/roster/current-roster/dragon) and Brittany “ICE” Hrynko (https://www.harlemglobetrotters.com/ice) combined on the alley-oop, with DRAGON tasked with skydiving off the SkyTower and catching ICE’s pass.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS PERFORM THE WORLD'S HIGHEST EVER ALLEY-OOP SLAM DUNK

The Harlem Globetrotters are available to media during the promotional tour and media are asked to contact Nick Johnston at the NBL on the contact details below to arrange interviews/photos/vision opportunities.

Promotional Tour Itinerary

Monday 11th February - Newcastle
Tuesday 12th February - Brisbane
Wednesday 13th February - Townsville
Thursday 14th February - Sunshine Coast
Friday 15th February - Gold Coast
Saturday 16th February - Melbourne
Sunday 17th February - Melbourne
Monday 18th February - Melbourne
Tuesday 19th February – Adelaide

The Harlem Globetrotters will tour Australia and New Zealand on April 7-20. Full details, including cities, dates and ticket information, are available at nbl.com.au/globetrotters.

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