Our 15 year-old grandson requested a trip here, and I was just tagging along, not being much of a basketball fan. But the museum was modern and nice and had plenty to look at and admire: how the sport was invented, by whom, when, why, and how its popularity spread. There's a nod to modern times, with a sky box to sit in, and two desks at which to pretend you're a TV sports reader or a play-by-play announcer. Best of all (for our 15 year-old) was the chance to shoot hoops on Center Court for as long as he wanted (no games, no cross-court shots). He loved it. And in July and August, they have a program at mid-day every day. On our visit, a Hall of Fame member came in for an interview and book signing. Nice treat - you don't get to see that at home.
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