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 (nā′smĭth′), James 1861-1939.
Canadian-born American sports educator who originated the game of basketball (1891).
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Naismith

(ˈneɪsmɪθ)
n
(Biography) James. 1861–1939, Canadian sportsman and coach; inventor of basketball
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