Mike Shady Bowling Ebonite Ball Review
GameBreaker 2 MVP
Description: The original GB2 provided a strong, predictable ball motion that quickly became a staple in every serious bowler’s bag whereas the GB2 Gold provided similar ball motion with added length for lighter oil patterns. In designing the new GB2 MVP, we wanted to take the best of both and develop the “must have” ball of the year. The Game Breaker 2 MVP: There is only one real MVP!
GB 10.7 Hybrid
Very few cover stocks have the strong, rich heritage as our GB 10.7. When it comes to consistency and reliability, others take a back seat. This new Hybrid version creates the perfect fit between the original GB2 and GB2 Gold.
Color: Cherry/Dual Blue)
Reaction: Strong Mid-lane and Backend
Coverstock: GB 10.7 Hybrid
Factory Finish: 500/1000 Abralon Polished with Powerhouse Clean N’ Sheen
Core: Enhanced V2
Recommended Lane Conditions: Medium Oil
RG: 2.49 (16# ball)
Diff: .041 (16# ball)
BOWLER STYLE: RH - tweener
Rev Rate: 300
Ball Speed: 16.5
PAP/Track: PAP: 5 5/8” and 1" up
Box Finish: Factory 500/1000 Abralon with Powerhouse Clean N’ Sheen
House Shot – Several
Sport Compliant Patterns (Less than 40’)
New Pro Lane & HPL
The GameBreaker 2 MVP is a tremendous addition to the GameBreaker family. The GB2 and GOLD complimented each other very well, but at times it seemed the GB2 was a bit early and the GOLD too long and angular. The MVP solved this issue. I find the MVP to be more of a bench mark ball than the original GB2. The hybrid cover is much cleaner in the front part of the lane, reads the midlane strong and still gives you the strong backend. I have used it on a variety of volumes, lengths and surfaces. It performs and is very versatile in all environments. Its’ name (MVP) tells the story – performance in all competitive environments.