You'll need a ball to play the game. Today, basketballs are made with synthetic materials such as rubber, polyester, and nylon in combination with leather. In the NBA, the pressure of the ball must be between 7.5 and 8.5 pounds per square inch. The size of the ball measures 29.5 inches around in circumference.
To make it more clear, here is a list of all the equipment used in basketball. Court Equipment. Floor. The playing surface is made of either wood or maple and it has to be flat and rectangular in shape. Ball. Ball is the most visible equipment in the game of basketball. There are different types of basketball used in different leagues. Usually it is made of leather, rubber or any synthetic material but it has to be inflated properly. Basket/Hoop
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Warmup jackets and pants or sweatshirts: Along with uniforms and team bags, matching warmup outfits or sweatshirts allow a basketball team to feel like one. With players’ numbers, names and the team’s name on the warmup jackets or sweatshirts, everyone will show up to each competition with pride and integrity.
Rubber – these basketballs are lined with rubber covering and are ideal for concrete surfaces. Rubber basketballs are perfect for beginners, especially since they are the cheapest to produce. Basketballs have grooves on them sometimes referred to as channeling. Some are wide and some are narrow.
The basketball uniform generally consists of a tank top and shorts. You also need socks and some good basketball type sneakers. Basketball sneakers are good for all the starting and stopping required in the game. You can choose high tops, low tops, or three quarter height shoes.
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Choose from a large collection of basketball equipment that includes dozens of unique training aids to assist with conditioning and on-court success. Shop agility ladders, lateral resistance exercise bands, heavy weight control basketballs, reflex balls, power jumpers, reaction belts, speed hurdles, jump ropes, and other great solutions to incorporate into your basketball conditioning drills.