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Rafael J Guerra: Footwear with optical fiber illuminating display areas and control module. McHale & Slavin PA, September 29, 1998: US05813148 (67 worldwide citation)

Footwear with optical fiber illuminating display areas provides emphasis on illuminating certain features of the footwear, such as trademarks, logos, team sports, cartoon characters, and other artistic designs primarily for advertising, decoration and enhancing the visibility of the wearer. Footwear ...


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Lonny R Matherne, Elmo V Rhoton, Barry D Mower: Portable support for a basketball goal system. Lifetime Products, Madson & Metcalf, November 9, 1993: US05259612 (65 worldwide citation)

A portable water-filled device for supporting a basketball system including a base configured to hold a ballast material for supporting the basketball system in a substantially rigid position during us of the system to play the game of basketball. A pole is pivotally mounted to the base such that th ...


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Elmo J Mahoney deceased, Kenneth J Mahoney: Foldable basketball goal means. Phillip A Rein, November 1, 1983: US04412679 (62 worldwide citation)

This invention is a foldable basketball goal means having a plurality of basketball goal assemblies, namely two or four counterbalanced units, which are individually movable from a usage position to a folded position and being lowered from an elevated usage position for movement through conventional ...


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Bobby V Hundley: Dual compartment food tray. Emrich & Dithmar, January 17, 1995: US05381901 (62 worldwide citation)

A nestable food or snack tray having a pair of recessed food storage compartments each adapted to receive and hold food is vacuum molded from a single sheet of lightweight plastic, such as polystyrene. A first recessed compartment is shaped in the form of an athletic field or stadium such as a tenni ...


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Gianni Kail: Method and apparatus for conducting games of chance. Supra Engineering, Abelman Frayne & Schwab, August 15, 2000: US06102797 (61 worldwide citation)

A weekly or other regularly scheduled game of chance is conducted in conjunction with a series of seasonal sporting events, such as baseball, football, hockey and basketball games, in which a number of specific games are identified on a printed or electronic game card, and the participant marks the ...


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Barry D Mower, Lonny R Matherne: Apparatus and method for packaging a basketball goal system with weight-fillable base. Lifetime Products, Madson & Metcalf, September 28, 1993: US05248140 (60 worldwide citation)

A portable basketball system that in a preassembled state is capable of disposition within an outer relatively flat container to assist in shipping. The basketball system comprises a pole, a backboard, a basketball goal, and a hollow ballast-receiving base. The pole has a proximate end and a distal ...


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William V Schulkin, Mark C Mirken: Basketball glove. Kuhn and Muller, March 26, 1996: US05500956 (59 worldwide citation)

An athletic glove especially adapted for handling a basketball includes a palm layer and a top layer sewn together at their lateral edges to provide a substantially partially thumbless, fingertipless, wristless, four fingered glove body construction having the outer surface of the palm layer being c ...


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Lancellotti Joseph J: Basketball equipment support with carrying case. February 13, 1973: US3716234 (58 worldwide citation)

A collapsible basketball goal comprising a backboard made up of two pivoted sections held in their assembled position by means of stirrup members mounted to the respective sections with support straps extending therebetween. The backboard is mounted on a collapsable tubular upright support which in ...


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William A Dittrich: Basketball goal structure. Dunk King, Ward Brown, Robert W Beach, August 14, 1984: US04465277 (53 worldwide citation)

A cantilever boom supports a padded basketball hoop above a specified area of a playing surface in a normal horizontal position. The arm can swing universally to permit substantial vertical and/or sideways deflection of the hoop by the application of corresponding forces thereto, such as during the ...


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Randy R Schickert, James N Fitzsimmons: Structural foam basketball backboard with inmold graphics. Huffy Corporation, Richard S Meyer, Howrey & Simon, May 6, 1997: US05626339 (53 worldwide citation)

A basketball backboard formed of a structural foam material such as structural foam polypropylene. The backboard is provided with an inmolded graphics sheet formed of the same material as that used to form the backboard. The graphics sheet of material is formed with pores to receive the printing ink ...



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