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  • noun Plural form of basketball.

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Examples

  • The Globetrotters created "official" red, white and blue "Inaugural Balls" - basketballs, that is - courtesy of their official ball supplier, Spalding, that were sent to Obama and his family during the holidays in advance of his historic inauguration.

    Black Entertainment : Black News : Urban News : Hip Hop News - EURweb.com

  • The Globetrotters created "official" red, white and blue "Inaugural Balls" - basketballs, that is - courtesy of their official ball supplier, Spalding, that were sent to Obama and his family during the holidays in advance of his historic inauguration.

    Black Entertainment : Black News : Urban News : Hip Hop News - EURweb.com

  • One day he instructed South Boston High to purchase twelve MacGregor basketballs and six Acme Tornado whistles.

    D. R. Tucker: No Middle Ground

  • I remember walking in to his Chicago gallery in the early 80s as a show was being installed and the artist was sitting on the floor injecting mercury into basketballs surrounded by Dr. J posters.

    Paul Klein: The Fall Season Opens, Part II

  • One day he instructed South Boston High to purchase twelve MacGregor basketballs and six Acme Tornado whistles.

    D. R. Tucker: No Middle Ground

  • On this particular Friday, the selection of products is especially promiscuous: a box of herbs; a pair of disgusting-looking fish livers, soaking in a liquid that has by now turned pink; a bottle of elderflower juice from Ikea; a couple of round, green squash the size of basketballs; and a big plastic bag filled with what appear to be Japanese candies—the junky, fluorescent-colored kind of candy that the Spanish call chuches.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • Sure enough, there they are, being led in by their handlers; eight feet tall, white fur, fists the size of basketballs and covered in scars from previous battles.

    365 tomorrows » 2009 » June : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • I remember walking in to his Chicago gallery in the early 80s as a show was being installed and the artist was sitting on the floor injecting mercury into basketballs surrounded by Dr. J posters.

    Paul Klein: The Fall Season Opens, Part II

  • In addition to these works, pieces will be presented from Jeff Koons' first solo exhibition Equilibrium, which took place in 1985 and included basketballs in tanks, cast bronze sculpture, and framed advertising posters on view through March 4, 2012.

    Bettina Korek: PLAN ForYourArt: January 19-25

  • I remember walking in to his Chicago gallery in the early 80s as a show was being installed and the artist was sitting on the floor injecting mercury into basketballs surrounded by Dr. J posters.

    Paul Klein: The Fall Season Opens, Part II

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