Moneyball, the basketball of sports, is coming back in India with a new, yet familiar look.
The sportswatches from this year’s Indian Premier League (IPL) season, which have been sold out at sporting stores and online, are available to buy from a range of retailers including Sports India, which has partnered with brands like Puma, Adidas and Adidas Originals.
There are also a few other options in the pipeline.
India’s premier sportswatch brand, Puma has already started selling its new range of basketball shoes.
And India’s premier sports wear retailer, Adidas, has launched its new football shirt in India, the first time a soccer shirt has been sold in the country.
The IPL is being played out in the city of Ahmedabad and the league is set to begin on January 2, with the league set to expand to three more cities in the next two weeks.
In its first edition, the league’s total viewership is predicted to reach around 1 billion viewers, according to ESPNcricinfo.
The IPL has now set viewership records across all formats of the game, with viewership numbers reaching an average of nearly 10 million per match.
However, there is a big difference between the IPL and the NBA, which started with the NBA and has grown into one of the world’s most popular sports.
The NBA has attracted more than 3 billion viewers on its television networks, while the IPM, which began in 2000, has seen viewership figures reach just over 3 million.
Despite having the same name, the NBA is not just a league.
Its main sponsor is Coca-Cola, whose brand is featured in the IPF logo, while PepsiCo has been a major sponsor of the IPML since it was created in 2008.
The league is run by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), which also sponsors the IPT.
The league is also overseen by a federation called the International Basketball Federation (IFAB), which is chaired by the president of the IAAF, the world governing body of the sport.
The IOC has a long history in the Indian market.
It has partnered up with various brands, including Uniqlo, to create branded apparel and shoes for Indian athletes.
However, this partnership is now in its fourth decade, and the IAFAB is the only federation in the world that operates in India.