Dec 2, 2012, 8:31 AM EDT
In the realm of basketball, it isn’t strange to see a player shatter a backboard every once and awhile but the Harlem Globetrotters in an exhibition match in Ecuador took down a grand total of two.
The first backboard break came courtesy of 7’4 center Stretch Middleton (who happens to be the third-tallest player in Globetrotter history) as he hammered home a two-handed dunk that send the basket down for the count.
After the glass was cleaned off the floor and a replacement basket was place, Globetrotter forward Jet Williams on a lob opportunity decided to break the replacement backboard:
Clearly, they don’t make basketball hoops in Ecuador with Globetrotter-proof glass.
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