Yes. a ball with a worn off grip, also called a "greaser", will not travel as far as a freshly purchased ball. This is why all games are required to use new Lacrosse balls.
Balls from different brands such as Warrior or Brine or STX will offer balls with different grip strengths.
it is like a poke ball but it goes faster
In most cases, the type of ball does affect how well you shoot the basket. The grip must be just right for the person, along with the inflation of the ball, and several other characteristics, which affect how well you shoot a basket. Sometimes, it isn't the ball, but the way you shoot the ball. No
depends on how much you use it and what type of field. it will last longer on turf then real grass
soccer, football, or lacrosse cleats
Yes it does as the type of ball effects how it interects with the world. That is how it reacts with the surface it is on or how it reacts with the air around it.
Ping Pong Ball / Table Tennis Golf Ball Cricket Field Hockey Lacrosse Billiards / Pool Squash Are all smaller in diameter than a baseball
Yes, because if it is a small ball then you can grip it better therefore allowing you to throw it farther. If it is a college or high school ball you must have big hands to throw it a decent distance.
Good type of sneakers to play lacrosse are shoes with support to the ankle and with cleats different from the soccer shoes cleats. These type of shoes are the best type of sneakers to play lacrosse.
Yes, of course. The smoother, the better.
The 2005 Buick LaCrosse has overhead valves (OHV).