I like playing with the Wilson Evolution but it does feel light compared to the other balls. Anyone else notice this?
Perhaps. I'm not sure if I felt they were super light, but they surely aren't heavy. I actually prefer a basketball to be on the lighter side. I also prefer basketballs with very solid grip, which appears to be contrary to what a lot of my fellow ballplayers like. As such, I've often enjoyed using Wilsons.
Nike Elite, not the other Nike balls, the ELITEs, like the Elite Championship. Best indoor ball, awesome durability. It whoops Spalding's ass, and you wont miss the TF 1000 ZK MF.
Outdoor is a bad category. You buy the right ball for the surface, and not all outdoor surfaces are the same. If you play on tarmac/blacktop, it's not the same as concrete. If you play on acrylic turf, it's different.
The under armour 495 is awesome on 'turfs". Spalding streetball is good on tarmac/blacktop, and I personally prefer a decent rubber ball for concrete.
Last edited by Crystallas : 04-10-2013 at 07:03 AM.
Ive tried all of them from start to finish, and never flat is good, sound is quite funny at first tho . I had nike lebron which got a bump, some cheap ones got those too, then used indoor ones and they got all dirty, broken.