We have now all seen the delight of a fan at a Major League Baseball game after they catch a house run, a bit of sports history at times quite literally falling into their laps.
Have you ever ever wondered why we never see that when the ball goes hurtling into the gang during a Boston Celtics (or any NBA) game?
It just isn’t since the league is reasonable and is trying to save lots of costs by refusing to let fans have a souvenir that costs lower than most tickets. It’s since the sport has peculiar requirements for the balls used that separate them from a baseball as compared.
When you are confused by what we’re getting at, try the clip embedded below to listen to the explanation taking home an out-of-bounds ball at NBA games just isn’t going to grow to be a thing any time soon.
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