|Lords of Gravity|
|Act||Basketball Dunking Group|
|Position Reached||Judge Cuts|
The Lords of Gravity team was founded in the summer of 2012 at the University of Physical Education in Budapest, Hungary although it has many years of experience.
Lords of Gravity has become one of the most well-known Acrobatic Slam Dunk Team in Europe, after demonstrating a successful attempt to set a new world record for the "Farthest Basketball Slam Dunk", at the NBA Europe Live Tour, in Berlin, 2012.
The team members come with professional sport background – they have the best tumblers of Hungary, a Fitness European Champion and First Class Gymnasts with several years of competitive experience.
Lords of Gravity is stepping further on the stairs of entertainment industry by including other disciplines into their talent pool (Break-dancing, Skateboard, BMX, Rope Skipping, Circus Artists and other Sports Entertainers). 
Lords of Gravity's audition in Episode 1004 consisted of hopping on trampolines and performing slam dunks. The final trick involved bouncing off a trampoline to leap over a van to dunk. Although Howie Mandel voted "No", Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, and Mel B voted "Yes", sending the group to the Judge Cuts.
Lords of Gravity did not perform in the Judge Cuts round, meaning they either withdrew or were cut by the judges before thus stage of the competition.