Amazing Basketball Dunkers SHOCK Everyone On ‘Arabs Got Talent’ [VIDEO]
Basketball dunking doesn’t have to be confined to the court, as one act proved on Arabs Got Talent in 2015. The Crazy Dunkers wowed the judges with their out-of-this-world moves.
The Algerian team made it all the way to the finals of the show in Season 4. Check out their incredible audition in the video below.
Crazy Dunkers Audition For ‘Arabs Got Talent’
The Crazy Dunkers auditioned for Arabs Got Talent with an energetic basketball routine set to “Turn Down for What.” It started simple, with one of the members balancing the ball on his body. He then kicked it to one of his teammates, who jumped on a trampoline for a slam dunk.
The group went on to show off even more tricks — flipping before they dunked the ball, and even bouncing it for the next person to grab and dunk. The judges cheered and applauded as the group performed.
At one point, the group members jumped on the trampoline and threw the ball back to the next person, one after another, until the last one put it in the basket. Then they invited one of the judges on stage to sit on a group member’s shoulders while another teammate grabbed the ball out of his hand and dunked it.
Other Basketball Dunkers On ‘Got Talent’ Shows
The Crazy Dunkers aren’t the only performers to show off some incredible dunking moves on Got Talent shows. Hungarian group Face Team impressed the judges with their acrobatic moves on Britain’s Got Talent in 2012, making it to the semifinals.
Another group, called Dunking Devils, has appeared on BGT, Croatia’s Got Talent, and Spain’s Got Talent. A group called Acrodunk appeared on America’s Got Talent in Season 1 and Season 4. It’s a unique talent that we’re not used to seeing very often on these shows.
Meanwhile, the Crazy Dunkers really stepped up their game later in the season on Arabs Got Talent. In the video above, they can be seen doing even more flips. At one point, a group member sits on the top of the backboard and dunks the basketball from above.
If you want to see more from the group, be sure to follow them on Instagram, where they post videos of their amazing moves.