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Spalding's Lightning and Thunder Review

Looking to add some flash and boom the next time you shoot hoops? Check out the new Lightning and Thunder basketballs from Spalding.

Spalding Lightning Basketball

Don't let the short fall nights put an end to your b-ball game. The Spalding Lightning Basketball is a black ball that features glow-in-the-dark channels and wording so you can shoot hoops all day and all night. The Spalding Lightning is official NBA size and has an ultra-durable cover for playing indoors or outdoors. You won't have to break the bank to get this basketball either - it costs just $14.99 US.

Spalding Thunder Basketball

Add some extra boom to your b-ball game with the Spalding Thunder. This unique basketball is made for unique players who want a ball that gives their game a little more flash and dash. The Spalding Thunder is black with gold holographics on the channels and lettering. It's made for street or indoor use and costs just $9.99 US.

For more info on the Thunder and Lightning and other Spalding basketball stuff, head to www.spalding.com.

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