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MILWAUKEE The Milwaukee Bucks' resident trick-shot artist is at it again.
Reserve forward Jon Brockman hasreleased his latest viral video, which includes shots from the Bradley Center balconies and catwalks and offvarious props like boxing gloves, wait trays and even a Segway scooter.
Brockman follows each shot with his trademark, "That's how it's done."
Some shots were accomplished in just a few takes while others required significantly more attempts. In all, the video took a couple of hours to film, according to Brockman, who said Wednesday night he's been working on these shots for years.
"After practice, when I'm alone in the gym, it's just fun to try some things out," Brockman said. "I've been doing it as long as a I can remember."
Fans can get involved, too, by submitting their own trick-shot videos at trickshotmonster.com. The winner will be selected by Brockman himself and will get the chance to take on Brockman in a game of H-O-R-S-E.
Another lucky fan will be randomly chosen to win an autographed pair of the shoes Brockman wore in the video.
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MILWAUKEE The Milwaukee Bucks' resident trick-shot artist is at it again. Reserve forward Jon Brockman hasreleased his latest viral video, which includes shots from the Bradley Center balconies and catwalks and offvarious props like boxing gloves, wait trays and even a Segway scooter. Brockman follows each shot with his trademark, "That's how it's done." Some...
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