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The history of the NBA Basketball Ball. Like the actual ball itself. In this NBA Animation, we go over the evolution of the NBA Basketball ball. The NBA Bask...
In 1894, Naismith called A.G. Spalding and Bros. to create a ball for the basketball game. The company came up with a leather ball which was held together with laces. It weighed lighter than 20 oz., and has a circumference of 32 inches, which was 4 inches bigger than a soccer ball. In 1948, a molded version of the early basketball was invented.
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In 1942 molded basketballs that maintained a constant shape and size replaced the stitched balls. In 1967 the American Basketball Association (ABA) played with a red, white and blue basketball. Today, the WNBA and FIBA use contrasting panels. The men's ball is 30" in circumference and the smaller women's ball is 29" in circumference. Scoring
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Orange was shortly adopted as the standard for the basketball ball, and that is still the case in 2019. The ball has undergone tons of other alternations since, though. The first synthetic leather ball came in 1972 , and in 1983, the NBA accepted Spalding’s full-grain leather basketball as its official tool.
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1997: Spalding introduces a new design and color for basketball – Oatmeal and orange game ball. It was used by the Women’s National Basketball Association. The ball featured Spalding’s ZK microfiber composite over. 2001: Spalding invents a basketball with a built-in pump that became the official NBA Development League’s ball.