Ziland Training Basketball
Ziland Training Basketball
- School and Club training ball
- Cushion core technology with a rubber outer
- Available in sizes 7, 6, 5 and 3
The Ziland Training Basketball ensures excellent grip and outstanding playability to help competitive players improve their game.
- Manufactured from durable rubber in a classic orange design.
- Features cushion core technology.
- Moisture absorbing outer.
- The durable skin on this basketball allows it to be used outdoors as well as in indoors.
- It has a grip that that is ultra-easy to use, meaning you can have better control with this ball over others.
- Available in sizes 7, 6, 5 and 3.
- Sold either per ball or in a pack of 12 with a ball bag (please note the ball bag may vary in brand and colour from the image shown).
- Basketball sizes vary by age, gender, and level of play. The official size of the basketball used by the NBA is 29.5 inches (size 7) in circumference. That's the same size used throughout men's college and high school basketball leagues. The WNBA uses a slightly smaller ball, measuring 28.5 (size 6) inches in circumference.
- For international play, specifically FIBA, the basketball used is what's called a Molten GL7 for men and Molten GL6 for women. These basketballs typically feature two different colours and are slightly bigger, with a 30.7-inch circumference for the men's ball and a 29-inch circumference for the women's.
- Boys in middle school (or ages 12-14), use a 28.5-inch ball (size 6), as do all women and girls ages 12 and up. For anyone, male or female, between the ages of nine and 11, a ball size of 27.5 (size 5) inches in circumference is recommended and is the most commonly sized ball used in youth basketball leagues.
- Boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 8 use a basketball between the sizes of 22 inches and 24.5 inches in circumference, depending on the individual's hand size, which can be determined by a coach or parent by measuring from the bottom of the individual's palm to the tip of his or her middle finger.
- An NBA basketball must be inflated to a pressure of 7.5 to 8.5 PSI. The WNBA uses the same pressure regulations.
- In the NCAA, inflation requirements are given in weight, with the men's ball having a maximum weight of 22 ounces and the women's ball having a maximum weight of 20 ounces. In FIBA play, the official rules state that the ball "be inflated to an air pressure such that, when it is dropped onto the playing floor from a height of approximately 1,800 mm measured from the bottom of the ball, it will rebound to a height of between 1,200 mm and 1,400 mm, measured to the top of the ball."
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