Utah broke the world record they set in April 2012, when they used 300 cans of silly string.
Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports
Lots of strange things happen between quarters and at halftime of NBA games. But in a recent game between the Jazz and the Pacers, Utah took things to another level.
Jazz fans used 432 cans of silly string at the same time during a break in the game action, dousing two "Pacers fans" who had volunteered to be a part of the promotion. (Call us cynical, but we’re also considering the possibility that they were Jazz fans planted on behalf of the event.) The Jazz captured a video of the world record and shared it on their YouTube account, and the results were amazing:
It was a particularly silly event. But now, the Utah Jazz hold the world record for most cans of silly string used simultaneously. And no one can ever take that away from them.