It’s on in Dallas, baby!
The boys are back in town with a whole new set of tricks.
How are these even possible? She makes them all look so damn easy too. It’s the reason she’s one of the best to ever play the game.
The guys from Dude Perfect continue to entertain.
Chris Paul and Aaron Rodgers are fairly talented individuals so it makes sense that both were able to bring some considerable game for their own trick shot video with the guys at Dude Perfect. Every stunt is great but the best one may be Chris Paul’s “Spin Cycle 360” trick that needs to be immediately
Just as skeptics continue to wonder how Dude Perfect will stay relevant making trick shot videos, the brilliantly creative group continues to squash them by diversifying their portfolio in brilliant fashion.
Trick shot crew Dude Perfect stopped by the Seattle Seahawks’ practice facility (and CenturyLink Field) earlier this season to toss footballs around — and at each other — with quarterback Russell Wilson and head coach Pete Carroll. Turns out Wilson can throw the ball quite accurately (even if he’s been a little off this season),
The guys from Dude Perfect – that YouTube channel that got Internet famous and managed to make a living primarily from basketball trick shot videos – recently joined forces with Dallas Stars young guns Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn to create one of their best videos yet. The video consists primarily of the Stars forwards
Dude Perfect is back and don’t even pretend you’re too cool for them. The trick shot group has posted dozens of creative videos and recently visited Gillette Stadium to build a 5-plus minute video compilation of stunts. [genericon icon=twitter] Follow Andrew Doughty on Twitter @Adoughty88 [Dude Perfect]
Dude Perfect have branched out after dominating the basketball trick shot game and in their newest stunt they conquer a bevy of sports. After burying a basketball trick shot the group then make five more trick shots in a row including soccer, darts, tennis, golf, and even a dangerous bow and arrow stunt that would
Well, everyone except this guy, maybe. Anyway, the latest compilation from Dude Perfect is all about high-flying trick dunks, all involving trampolines (or else this compilation would, instead, be full of very boring trick layups). [DudePerfect]
Professional skateboarder Rob Dyrdek spends a lot of his time in his Fantasy Factory, a 25,000-square-foot complex full of half pipes where he shoots his MTV show by the same name. Dude Perfect saw the skaters heaven as an ideal environment for a trick shot video.