Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Sydney - Aug 09, 2017 - Welcome to the introductory section devoted to the development of graphic materials and illustrations for the slot machine “Basketball”. Many people with the word “basketball” may have different associations, such as stuffing a ball or squeaking shoes on the polished field of the game hall, but not everyone knows the history of the origin of this sport. Back in 1891, a teacher at the College of Youth Christian Association of Springfield, James Naismith tied two empty baskets of peaches to the balcony railing of the sports hall and, by dividing eighteen students into two teams, offered them a game, the meaning of which was to throw more balls into the basket of rivals. The game, called “basketball”, only vaguely reminiscent of modern sport. Dribbling didn’t exist, the players only threw a basketball to each other, standing in place, and then tried to throw it into the basket, with both hands only from below or from the chest, and after a successful throw one of the players climbed onto the staircase attached to the wall and extracted the ball from the basket. At this time, basketball is a world sport, participation in which takes a lot of professional players from all over the world. More info at http://artforgame.com/basketball/
Slot machine 'Basketball"