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Typically, it's anywhere from $50-$60 in my experience.
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I highly advise people to buy these somewhere that you can check the ball in person.

These have MASSIVE volatility in quality from ball to ball. I'm not just talking about break-in either. We have about 20 of these balls at our local pick-up games, 6 of which were purchased at the same time. Even right out of the box they were all different, and they all break in differently, with the break-in period never helping with some that remained slick, plasticky garbage (we have nicknamed those balls our fischer price balls).

Great ball if you get a good one, but I would pay the extra 10 bucks to buy it in store where you can make sure you are actually getting one of the good ones. If you get a bad one you're paying 40 bucks for a 5 dollar ball.
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Love these balls. My go to indoor ball! Amazing grip and last you a few years.
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This is seriously the best indoor basketball you can possibly have. Had my previous one for many years and I was literally just looking to get a new one a couple of days ago. This normally goes for $60 and it hardly goes on sale.
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I highly advise people to buy these somewhere that you can check the ball in person.

These have MASSIVE volatility in quality from ball to ball. I'm not just talking about break-in either. We have about 20 of these balls at our local pick-up games, 6 of which were purchased at the same time. Even right out of the box they were all different, and they all break in differently, with the break-in period never helping with some that remained slick, plasticky garbage (we have nicknamed those balls our fischer price balls).

Great ball if you get a good one, but I would pay the extra 10 bucks to buy it in store where you can make sure you are actually getting one of the good ones. If you get a bad one you're paying 40 bucks for a 5 dollar ball.
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Good price on the game ball. The normal wilson evos are around this price, so for the game ball version seems like a good deal.

Dont ask me about the difference between the two. Only played with the standard evo. I bet most people couldnt tell the difference
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Agree on quality control being an issue with online orders. The ball I bought online is not the go-to for our pickup games Frown

Definitely also worth mentioning that this is a deal for the Navy color.

Edit: Looks like only the Original and Royal are not a part of the deal. Royal is potentially just sold out.
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Is 28.5 the size typically used up until age 12?
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Awesome deal, cancel my previous order 48 dollars and got this. Rep
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Is 28.5 the size typically used up until age 12?
Yes. For our Club teams they use 28.5 until 6th grade then 29.5. So roughly age 12.

And awesome deal. While we write our name all over our Evos, there are typically about 10 of them at a practice. Thinking of grabbing one with different color lettering at this price to make it easier to spot (and we already own three! LOL).
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Standard pickup indoor ball. Highly recommend.
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Also, the black one is not the same material as the original one.
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I highly advise people to buy these somewhere that you can check the ball in person.

These have MASSIVE volatility in quality from ball to ball. I'm not just talking about break-in either. We have about 20 of these balls at our local pick-up games, 6 of which were purchased at the same time. Even right out of the box they were all different, and they all break in differently, with the break-in period never helping with some that remained slick, plasticky garbage (we have nicknamed those balls our fischer price balls).

Great ball if you get a good one, but I would pay the extra 10 bucks to buy it in store where you can make sure you are actually getting one of the good ones. If you get a bad one you're paying 40 bucks for a 5 dollar ball.
+1 I've run into quality issues on my last two Evolution balls. Buyer beware.
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Already own two! Doesn't get much better in terms of price...
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For those who don't want a color, Walmart has the original version for $42.79. On Amazon it is $55.47
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