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Nah bro. Prodigy Baskets are probably the nicest catching baskets I've played on. I just did a course where ALL the baskets were Prodigy. No wear, the chains are solid and don't allow spit throughs and its not as 'brick-wall' ish as a Macch X. So yeah if you have the $ its well worth it.
I bought a Dynamic Discs Patriot and for the yard its perfect. no need to spend 450-500 on a prodigy if you just want it for the yard and mild use. but do whatever
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