I was a little concerned about the lawsuits against Wilson alleging that their tests were a little rigged. As I understand the allegation, Wilson tested the competitors' balls to identify the worst possible way to orient the ball for filming. Since the actual orientation of a ball is happenstance in play (usually), the tested orientation was something like a 1 in 100 chance of actually being that bad. I am concerned that there is also a chance Wilson cherry-picked the worst balls they could find to represent the competitor. I don't know any of this to be true, but it is an issue that I haven't really resolved.
If you can shed any light on this, please let me know. Also, I am interested in your Check-n-Go experiences. Can you tell whether a ball is imbalanced, and if so, in what way and how badly? Anything you can tell me about this is much appreciated. Always listening and learning ...
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