Professional Dunker Jordan Kilganon Sets World Record With 75-Inch Box Jump

Six-foot-one-inch 'professional dunker' Jordan Kilganon can jump on top of Stephen Curry.

Seventy-five inches. That's the height you'll have to jump if you want to beat Jordan Kilganon's new Running Box Jump world record.

Kilganon, who refers to himself as a "professional dunker" and lists his height at 6-foot-1, recently posted a video of his outrageous leap on Instagram.

Here's a list of people and things that Kilganon can jump on top of:

  • Stephen Curry
  • A Hummer H3
  • 10 No. 2 pencils stacked from tip to eraser
  • Derrick Rose
  • 277 iPhone 6's stacked screen to screen
  • Nearly 8 regulation-sized NBA basketballs stacked on top of each other
  • Damian Lillard

So yeah, dude's got hops.

When you can jump like that, I guess you really have no choice but to become a pro dunker. Here's a highlight tape of Kilganon doing his thing on the hardwood.


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