Wilson Smart Basketball

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

We’ve got smartphones, smart watches, smart cars, why has no one thought of a smart basketball yet? To be fair, there is one already out there, it’s just not that great. Wilson looks to change all that as they debut the Wilson Smart Basketball.

The Chicago based sports equipment manufacturer couldn’t go at the task alone though, and recruited some help from the guys at SportIQ. The ball will connect with your smartphone, and track real-time statistics ranging from shooting percentage to shot distances. There is no need for any additional equipment, and to players, the ball will feel no different from the Wilson’s current offerings. The ball is slated to hit the retail scene during the winter season of this year. If you’re looking to challenge yourself, and take your game to the next level, this device may be just what you need. Watch the video above to get a sneak peek of what’s to come. [Purchase]

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