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How much money did Dr James Naismith make the year he invented basketball?

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2008-06-09 22:22:10
2008-06-09 22:22:10

When he invented the game (though there is some debate about this) he was not looking for money, he was looking for something to keep his students occupied in the winter. So, the answer to your question is, he made nothing!Which was nice of him not to think of money, but about his students..........

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