Spalding, Wilson, Nike, Nike, Adidas, Spalding, Wilson, Nike and uh......Nike. Oh yeah and Nike (forgot to mention it).
Spalding, Nike, or Wilson
Spalding is the official ball brand of the NBA, so Spalding is probably better.
Spalding can be a girls basketball or a guys basketball
Spalding, Nike, Wilson, Baden, Molten, Rawlings, Mikasa, DuraGrip, Tachikara, Martin
Spalding is not on EVERY basketball. Just on a lot of them. The reason is because Spalding is the leading manufacturer of basketballs.
Either "Spalding" Or "Baden"
It depends Nike dunks are usually for things like basketball but Nike 6.0 is for skateboarding so if you skateboard you should get 6.0 if you play basketball then you should get dunks. =)
Spalding, Nike, Adidas, Baden
spalding. I have two spalding basketballs
The first Spalding basketball was made in 1894 by Albert Goodwull Spalding - three years after the invention of the game in 1891. When the game of basketball was first invented, it was actually played with a soccer ball.
There are many types of basketball shorts. The three most common are Nike, Reebok, and Addidas. Other brands are available, as well (i.e. Spalding, Champion, etc.).
Spalding also figures prominently in the history of basketball. James Naismith, the inventor of the game, commissioned him to create the world's first basketball in 1892.
Wilson, Nike, and Spalding are the main ones.
According to the Spalding website: " There are 122 pebbles per square inch on a Spalding basketball which is equivalent to approximately 35,000 pebbles. '
Nike Elite BasketBall shoes are $150.000
in my personel experince spalding basketballs bounce the highest they also cost more because they are made to nba standards for a ball i think spalding can't do a better job
Spalding and Molten ;)
No. It is an INDOOR basketball
they use nike elite airlock
Spalding, I guess. It may just depend on how much air is in it.
For comfort - hypergamer. For durability - hyperfuse
Professional basketball players usually use spalding balls.
about 14 or 20 dollars
Spalding, the official ball of the NBA.
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