As air fills the Basketball, the pressure expands outward to make the outside of the ball feel harder. The valve on the outside of the ball allows the pump to put air in prevents air from escaping.
The inside of the ball becomes filled with the air you pump in, thus inflating the ball and turning it from a flat ball to a round one.
When the ball goes out-of-bounds in basketball then the possesion of the ball is switched to the opposing team
You're not serious, are you? What the heck do you think, it fills with air, numbnuts.
There are more particles of gas in the basketball than in the beach ball. So, more particles hit the inside surface of the basketball than hit the inside surface of the beach ball. When more particles hit the inside surface of the basketball, the force on the inside surface of the ball increases. This increased force leads to greater pressure, which makes the basketball feel harder than the beach ball. Hope this helps :)
a jump ball
you get fouled and the ball goes to the other team
the refferee calls a jump ball
the other team has to inbound the ball.
It is now their possession.
Air does not get in the ball. The air inside the ball expands when it gets warmer.
a jump ball is called