In Superior Court, lawyers can be aggressive, but they are constrained by judicial rules and decorum. On the basketball court, there are far fewer restraints.

“Every move is contested by a sweaty guy, one hand jabbing you for a hip check, the other trying to swipe the ball,” said Gregory Klein, a 44-year-old Danbury, Conn., personal injury lawyer who calls basketball his obsession. “Hard fouls are part of the game. [And there's] plenty of trash talking and name calling to go around.”

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