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With coronavirus quarantines sweeping the United States and dozens of other countries around the globe, trick-shot crew Dude Perfect decided to hold an in-gym contest (and Red Cross fundraiser) at their Texas headquarters with the prize being a bounty of toilet paper rolls.


In the first ever live broadcast on their wildly popular YouTube channel, Dude Perfect five crew members competed amongst themselves in a long-range shooting competition modeled after the NBA’s 3-Point Contest. Each entrant was given one minute to shoot 25 basketballs distributed in five ball racks arraying around the 3-point line. A basket made with the last ball in each rack was worth two points, while all others were worth only a single point.

Garrett “The Purple Hoser” Hilbert won the first event of the DP Quarantine Classic by posting the high scores in both rounds — 18 in the first, and 15 in the second.