Michael Jordan never got to do this - four of the British women's wheelchair basketball team spent this morning shooting into a hoop inside St. Paul's Cathedral as part of the build-up to the Paralympics.
Four members of the British women's wheelchair basketball team showed off their skills inside St. Paul's Cathedral this morning. The team has a practice match against the USA tomorrow and start their Paralympic campaign on Thursday.
It's the sport also known as 'murderball'.
The athletes bash, bump and grind their way to victory - and there is even a welder on the touchline ready to put bits of the wheelchairs back together again.
Wheelchair rugby is already sold out at this summer's Paralympic Games and tomorrow a test event begins at the Basketball Arena in the Olympic Park.
Our sports reporter Sally Williams will have all the details on London Tonight at 6pm.