Transcript for Harlem Globetrotters break half-court shot world record live on 'GMA'
And as you can hear, we have a great audience in our studio this morning. Good job, you guys. We got a lot going on outside this morning. Let's look at times square. It's now a basketball court for our record-setting half-court challenge, of course, that's the Harlem globetrotters and we've got a guinness world record judge there. Alex Angert. What number are you up to? 229. Killing it. You guys -- You guys already have 15 guinness world records. First time you're trying to set one as a group. So what made you decide to do this one? Well, we felt like it was important for us to demonstrate teamwork and it's just a small example of our 2018 amazing feats of basketball tour so it's a micro come of what you'll see when we travel across the country. Get tickets the harlemglobetrotters.com. Who is helping you today? Who? The whole group. They got all the team there and we have our official guinness world record judge, Alex Angert here keeping score, so, Alex, how arehey doing. They are doing fantastic and already surpassed the record so now everything else for the next half hour is just gravy. Any predictions how far they're going to go? Let's see. So we're about 37 minutes in, if they could top 300 that would be pretty, pretty officially amazing. Officially amazing. I like that. Good luck, you guys. Keep it up. Congratulations. I say they leave the court out there. Next week you and I go break their record. I'll get three. If we're lucky.
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