Watch Harlem Globetrotters Player's Amazing 82-Foot Backward Shot

Corey "Thunder" Law wasn't satisfied with one world record.

Why not try it backward?

The shot followed last year’s record-breaker, when Law stood in the stands and nailed a one-handed shot from nearly 110 feet away.

A rep with Guinness World Records was on hand Wednesday to oversee the record attempt.

“Congratulations Thunder, you are officially amazing,” the representative said, handing Law a verification plaque.

“This is an unbelievable experience,” Law said. “My first one was unbelievable, but this definitely tops it.”