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Spalding Neverflat Basketball

Spalding Neverflat Basketball

Spalding Neverflat Basketball - Always Pumped Up

A basketball that NEVER goes flat? That's what Spalding promises with the Neverflat Basketball, which is guaranteed to stay fully inflated for at least a year - that's ten times longer than regular basketballs. The Neverflat is injected with special Nitroflate air molecules, which prevent air from seeping out of the ball. The valve cap on the ball is also specially designed to eliminate leaks and keep out dirt, so you can spend more time shooting hoops and less time filling your ball with air. After a year or more of use, the Neverflat may start to go flat, but it can be inflated using any standard needle and pump. So, in this case, "never" doesn't really mean "never". It means at least one year.

Spalding Neverflat Basketball - Play All Day

The Spalding Neverflat is designed for indoor and outdoor use so you can play flat-free baskeball at the gym or on the playground. The Neverflat is official NBA size and a smaller 28.5 Neverflat ball is also available for girls and younger players. For more info on the Spalding Neverflat Basketball, head to www.spalding.com.

Spalding Neverflat Basketball - World Records

  • In January 2006, the Duke and North Carolina basketball teams used the Spalding Neverflat Basketball while setting a world record for the longest basketball game. The two teams played for 57 hours, 17 minutes and 41 seconds, with Duke winning by a score of 3,688 - 3,444.
  • On February 17, 2006, Joseph Odhiambo set a world record by dribbling the Neverflat Basketball for 26 straight hours through the streets of Houston. While setting the record, it's estimated Odhiambo bounced the ball more than 140,000 times!
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