Who invented basketball?
It depends on how you define the word.
Adidas has a pretty clear claim to being the originator of the game.
It was born out of a desire to make sneakers that could be worn in a variety of ways, and to sell the product as a result.
The first adidas shoes were designed to be worn on the court.
The company didn’t invent basketball.
Rather, the adidas-made sneakers, which were also called “basketball shoes,” were a way for the shoe company to market its shoes, particularly the sneaker that became the first professional basketball shoe, the Nike Air.
The original sneaker was the first shoe to feature a cushioning system that could cushion the impact of a player’s foot on the rim of the hoop.
The cushions are also used today in the NBA.
The basketball shoe was a huge hit.
In 1965, the shoe sold 4 million pairs of shoes.
But in 1967, the company decided to bring the basketball game into the realm of the professional.
In the late 1970s, the NBA adopted a uniform rule that allowed players to wear sneakers that would be worn with uniforms.
The league, however, was still not ready to introduce the game to the general public.
By the early 1980s, it had come to be seen as a “gimmick” rather than a legitimate sports event.
To counter the backlash from the public, adidas introduced its new NBA Basketball shoe.
This new basketball shoe featured a “knee cushion” system that was designed to protect the player’s knee.
The knee cushion system was a result of research into the physics of the human knee and was designed by a team of researchers from the University of Illinois.
Advertisers were able to get a deal with the shoe companies.
The NBA was ready to move on from basketball.
It had not been seen as an event that needed to be played in public arenas.
In 1985, the league made the decision to ban the use of the “kneesaver” (a cushioning device on the outside of the shoe) for all games.
The shoe companies took the decision with relish, and the “pivot” came.
The move away from the knee-cushioning system was one of the main reasons the shoe industry went on a massive run.
With the advent of the Nike Basketball series, the knee cushion was gone.
But the NBA did not stop there.
The next big change came in 1993.
The new Adidas basketball shoe came with a new design.
The shoes were called the “Nike Air.”
It was a more comfortable, lighter shoe.
With more cushioning, the shoes were able at least partially to cushion the foot of the player.
In 1998, the footwear company changed the name of its basketball shoe to the “Adidas NBPA” (NBPA stands for Nike Basketball Pro) in honor of the company’s founder, Don Nelson.
The NBPA was established in 1994, and by 1996, the NBPA had become the second-largest professional league in the world.
In 1997, the Basketball Association of America (NBA) made the change of the name to the NBA and renamed itself the “NBA.”
In 1997 alone, the basketball league brought in an estimated $1 billion dollars in revenue.
But by 2002, the ballers were on their way to the brink of collapse.
The numbers were staggering.
According to a study conducted by the National Basketball Players Association (NBPPA), NBA attendance in 2002 had been declining by 50 percent over the previous two years.
In order to keep the league afloat, adams shoe company, adanes, was forced to sell off its stake in the NBPPA.
The sale was made in 2004 and the NBAPPA lost almost 90 percent of its value.
In 2012, the game was banned.
Since the beginning of the ban, attendance has decreased.
The number of games is dropping even more.
The season that ended in January was the lowest since the ban was instituted in 2012.
In 2017, the number of regular season games dropped to 28.
The most recent numbers indicate that the season that was scheduled to end in February 2018 is the worst in a decade.
According with the NBPGA’s annual report, attendance is now down to 12,200 per game.
The trend of decreased attendance has left the NBCPA with a huge budget.
With their budget being cut by 90 percent, adans shoe company has no choice but to turn to the courts.
In 2018, the court became the new home for adidas Basketball League games.
In 2019, adays basketball league moved to a new arena.
In 2020, the courts became the home of the NBNBA, a brand new league that was established with the help of adidas.
The team has a team manager, a technical director, and several other members.
The teams main goal is to develop new and innovative products that can help the players compete with their fellow pros