Some Canadian teens are getting a lot of attention for a video they recently made. It features them playing basketball with a ball that's been doused in gasoline and then lit on fire.
Don't try this at home.
According to the Brisbane Times: "YouTube star Kyle Bauman teamed up with a pyrotechnic to help his friend safely pick the ball up and make the shot."
Seriously, don't try this at home.
This new sport is perfect for tall pyromaniacs.
But don't try this at home.
Apparently the teens were paying homage to the '90s video game NBA Jam, which sets a player's ball on fire if they make three shots in a row.
Pretty impressive spin move, Chris Pratt.
Kyle Bauman uploaded the full video to his YouTube channel. You definitely want to watch this with the volume on.
The Canadian teens aren't the first to combine sports and pyrotechnics. The Slo Mo Guys have made a living by playing with fire. Tennis, anyone?
Someone should have told the other guy that fire was an acceptable weapon.
You don't want to play fire games with the mother of dragons. She doesn't even need a racket.
This group of Indonesian students is playing soccer with a flaming coconut. The best part is eating the toasted coconut after the game.
Fire and fire fighters called a brief truce in order to play a few quick frames of bowling.
That girl has quite an arm!
"Put me in, coach! I'm ready to play!"