The Mikasa BX NJB Series 25.5" Basketball (BX1006NJB) is a size 4, compact 25.5" basketball that is the Official Practice Ball of National Junior Basketball. It features a vulcanized rubber cover and is designed for all courts. This ball was developed specifically for NJB players but can be enjoyed by all. With superior feel and performance this ball will have you the talk of the neighborhood.
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Mikasa is the Official Ball of the NJB (Nation Junior Basketball). This ball was developed specifically for NJB players but can be enjoyed by all. With superior feel and performance this ball will have you the talk of the neighborhood. 1-Year Warranty.
- Size 4 - 25.5"
- The Official Practice Ball of National Junior Basketball
- Vulcanized rubber cover
- Designed for all courts
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J. REISER (Pennsylvania) on January 11, 2016
This Elementary-sized basketball is the perfect ball for 2nd graders and under or 3rd grade girls. Because the ball is size appropriate for the child's hand size, it is easier to teach proper shooting technique. For example, with a larger ball, "off-hand interference" is one of the most common and bad habits young players develop. This ball allows the younger player to shoot with his dominant hand and use his off-hand to guild the ball, not "push it or thumb it." They still need coached, but the larger the ball, you practically make correct form shooting impossible and frustrating for your player. - Coach Reiser, Head Coach S.C. Wolfpack AAU Basketball