Wilson X Connected Basketball

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Leveraging modern day technology, sports apparel brand Wilson has turned their traditional basketball into a personal smart coach, helping you dial in your game day in and day out.

While there are other “smart balls” on the market, this is the world’s first attachment-free smart basketball. This connected basketball works with your iPhone to help you track your made and missed shots, along with your shot range using its built-in Bluetooth technology. There are four different game modes within the app letting you simulate real game situations, helping you perform better under pressure. It also shares all of the same game-ready qualities you’ve come to expect from Wilson basketballs, from its regulation size and wight to its unrivaled grip and durability. The ball retails online for $199. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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