Paul Sauers has put DeAndre Jordan—and other NBA players who have struggled at the line this season—to shame by hitting 483 free throws in an hour. Oh, and one more thing, he did it while blindfolded.

Sauers, a 52-year-old Detroit high school teacher, pulled off the feat to raise funds for a mission trip to Uganda, and no, it wasn't a mission to teach shooting fundamentals to the Ugandan youth. Throughout the hour, Sauers attempted more than 1,100 shots, and apparently, the 483 shots made is a world record for most free throws made blindfolded in one hour. You can check out Sauers quest for glory above while he waits to be officially acknowledged by Guinness World Records.

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[via Extra Mustard]