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Molten announced as All-Stars match ball



The British Basketball All-Stars Championship have announced Molten will be the official match ball for the tournament which will see the top eight BBL teams compete for a record-breaking £100,000 prize fund.

Unicorn Products Ltd acquired the UK and Ireland distribution of Molten Sports in 2012.

Unicorn have worked with Matchroom Sport over the year, developing the long-standing partnership as the PDC’s official darts board, and sponsor of the PDC Unicorn Challenge Tour.

Edward Lowy Managing Director of Unicorn Products Ltd said: “It’s wonderful to be involved in this hugely entertaining sport at a time when its popularity is at an unprecedented high, and to work with Matchroom and the BBL, both with whom we have a time-honoured affiliation”.

Matchroom Sport Chairman Barry Hearn said: “We are delighted to welcome Molten as the official ball of the British Basketball All-Stars Championship.

“Molten are undoubtedly the world’s leading manufacturer of basketballs and we are thrilled to have them on board for the inaugural All-Stars Championship at The O2.

"We’ve brought in some exciting new innovations for this one-off event as we put the best of British basketball centre-stage in London this September.”

The All-Stars Championship takes place at The O2 Arena on 24th September 2017.

Tickets for the British Basketball All-Stars Championship are available now from www.theo2.co.uk and start from just £20 with group tickets available priced from £60 for four adults.

A 20% discount is offered for group bookings of 20+. VIP Courtside tickets are available for £150 via www.allstarsbasketball.co.uk.

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