Basketballs CAN! bounce on carpet.
the answer is SPALDING BALLS
they have lots of air in them so they can bounce high
I would say yes but it all depends on how much air is in the basketball in question.
Depending on the type of material that is used for the indoor track, it is possible to bounce a basketball on the floor.
Height of bounce will not depend on the mass at all. It depends on the elasticity of the ball and the height where from it is dropped.
A leather basketball has a inner rubber bladder which is inflated with air.
A basket ball would bounce more on concrete depending on how flat the surface if not maybe tile
It is better for bounce and it seals in air better than standard leather.
Basketballs are sphere in shape because they need to be bounced at any time on anywhere. For example, if a basketball was square in shape, it wouldn't bounce would it! If a basketball is round and round, then any part of it would be able to bounce on a surface. Basketballs are also sphere so that they can fit nice and smooth in your hands. When they fit nice and smooth in your hands, it is therefore easier to throw them around and shoot.
because you cant bounce the ball unless it is made of pig skin because you cant bounce the ball unless it is made of pig skin
Yes, of course. For example, if you dribble it on carpet it wouldn't go as high than on pavement.
rubber basketballs by far
Basketballs are used in the competitive team game of basketball.
-- Basketballs are much larger in size than oranges. -- Basketballs are filled with air, but oranges are filled with juice and pulp. -- Basketballs have much higher air pressure than oranges. -- Oranges grow on trees while basketballs are manufactured. -- The density of an orange is much greater than the density of a basketball. -- An orange is juicy, easy to chew, and sweet, whereas a basketball is dry, rubbery, and tastes terrible. -- A basketball can bounce and a orange cannot bounce.
Soccer balls. It would depend how high they came down from. As soccer balls are kicked high into the air, they probably bounce higher than basketballs which are just thrown.
yes, the less psi the less it bounces. Don't inflate it too much or it will pop, it usually says how much psi on the ball.
With two basketballs, one in each hand, bounce them alternatively for as long as possible (up to 1 min) without losing control
Basketballs are made for playing basketball.
Basketballs do contain petroleum.