5 ways to honor basketball

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On December 21, 1891, Dr. James Naismith invented the game of basketball. Since then, the world of sports has never been the same. Basketball has given us so much over the years, it's only fitting we pay tribute to the game. Here are 5 ways you can honor the game on its 125th birthday.

1. PUT IN THE WORK

With sweat comes respect. Honor the game by taking your game to the next level. Knock out some extra reps or challenge someone to a rematch on the court.

2. DONATE TO THE NEXT GENERATION

Give back to the game that's given you so much. Support the next generation of True Believers by donating your time or gear to help young ballers in need.

3. REP YOUR TEAM

Every time a True Believer puts on their jersey, they showcase the work they've put into their game. Honor the game by rocking the jersey of your favorite basketball team.

4. RECREATE HISTORY

Over 125 years, basketball has been elevated by some of the most iconic players in sports. Grab a Spalding ball, recreate their signature move, and post it using #TrueBelievers and #125HoopYears.

5. SHOW YOUR LOVE

True Believers are True to the Game. Honor the game by sharing a photo or video using #TrueBelievers and #125HoopYears that represents why you love basketball.

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