What if the NBA would embrace this new technology?

The NBA is trying to get players to wear an array of heat resistant foam on their uniforms to help prevent heat damage during games.

The technology has been around for years, but it is finally coming to the NBA.

It’s called Heat-Reach and the technology has worked well so far in the NBA, and the NBA hopes it will work in the NHL.

Heat-reach foam is a composite of different materials that are bonded together.

It creates a heat-resistant fabric that’s durable and lightweight.

The foam is made from a mixture of polyethylene and polypropylene, a mixture that is extremely durable.

This new technology could help keep the heat out of games, and could also help prevent injuries.

“Heat-Reak” foam was developed by a team of engineers at Adidas.

The idea was to create a material that is as heat resistant as possible, but also as light as possible so players don’t have to carry the heat around.

The NBA also has been working on heat resistant uniforms for years.

The NHL has used the same technology, as well.

It will be interesting to see if the NHL teams adopt this technology.

The concept was to make a new material with similar properties to the ones used in Adidas’ Heat-Raise foam, and to use it to create an outer shell to protect the inside of the jerseys.

The NFL will likely follow suit and use this new material.

The Heat-Rise foam technology is the latest technology to come out of the Adidas Lab, which was founded in 2012.

It was the first sports company to produce a heat resistant material that would be available for use in the NFL.

The company was acquired by Nike in 2013, and it was later bought by Adidas.

It also recently partnered with Adidas to develop a new product.