If you want the edge and to be better than the next player, then the Dribblepro basketball training ball is what you need.
Henry Bibby designed Dribblepro to bounce like a traditional basketball and have an anomaly occur every four to five bounces when a nodule hits a surface. The anomalies were designed to increase hand-eye coordination, speed, balance and improve fundamental skills for dribbling and rebounding. When using the Dribblepro training ball for shooting, the Dribblepro nodules are placed specifically for proper hand-positioning and aero-dynamic rotation of the ball when released.
PHASE I- DESIGN
Dribblepro engineer Alan Fujii, created a computer model that would simulate real life play, measuring the rotation of the ball for the four nodule placements. After going through hundreds of different variations of shapes, sizes and placement points for shooting, rebounding and dribbling the nodules were set in place.
Phase II- MANUFACTURING
For Dribblepro to effectively work, Dribblepro had to be manufactured like the professional balls with the internal bladder and the separate skins applied, then vulcanized into place. Understanding the importance of quality and performance, Henry spoke with Spalding to manufacture Dribblepro with TF-1000 specifications to insure its overall integrity.