Are there magnets in NBA balls?

No, there are no magnets in NBA balls. NBA basketballs are made of leather or synthetic materials, and they do not contain any magnets. The balls are designed to be lightweight, durable, and responsive to players' movements. They have an inflated inner bladder made of rubber or latex, and the outer cover is often made of leather or synthetic materials with a pebbled texture for better grip. These materials do not have any magnetic properties. The NBA balls are designed to bounce and spin naturally, without any assistance from magnets. Therefore, players rely solely on their skills and physical abilities to control and maneuver the basketball on the court.