No. Assuming the Basketball can with stand the impact, the basketball will lose kinetic energy to the air around it and to the wall on impact.
You throw it straight up, it will come back down to you...
Throw it into the wind, or throw it straight up.
get a new one...
Elasticity (or reversible deformation). The force expended to accelerate the ball causes it to move into the wall. There, it will come into contact with the wall and will deform. When deformation and reformation have been completed, the ball will be moving away from the wall. The energy exchanges will have balanced and the laws of conservation will have been obeyed. A link is provided to the Wikipedia article on elasticity.
It comes from James Naismith putting a peach BASKET on a wall and getting students at his YMCA to throw a BALL into it
John Wall - basketball - was born on 1990-09-06.
you have to think what you want to come up when you throw it. Then, you must only think of the word you want to see on the wall. Concentrate and throw it. It will appear.
James Naismith created basketball with a ball and a peach basketball hung on a wall.
you can buy half a football. It bounces back at you when you throw it against a wall, you can probably get it from a football store
Why don't you find out? Get a rock throw it at your wall, get a plate and throw it at your wall. See the difference!
Yes , you could go back. But you had to prove that you lived there.
Naismith, in 1891 is started with a literal basket hung on a wall
Muslims throw rocks not on the Dome; they throw rocks on Jews who come to pray at the Western Wall which is located quite close to the Dome of the Rock Shrine. The reason that they do this is to incite fear and "fight"against the "occupiers".
There is no wall that you can go through in Celestic Town. Since there is no wall, there is no way to get through it.
Throw it at the wall
The play continues and one of the other fielders will have to run over to where the ball is and retrieve it and throw it in to keep the base runners from advancing.
it is were you throw and collect stones and then throw the stones at a big wall which is represented as the evil Sprite.
The backboard became part of basketball in 1893 because before backboards, the players would run into the wall when they tried to do a lay up.(back then, the hoops just stuck out of the wall). so then, they decided to make a backboard and stick it out from the wall so the players could do lay ups and not crash into the walls and hurt themselves.
In a racket sport such as racquetball or squash, a back wall is the wall directly opposite a front wall.
Basically...You don't! Throwing a cat at a wall you would be animal cruelty and abuse, therefore illegal. There's your answer: Don't throw cats at walls!
James Naismith had a P.E. class in Kansas and he wanted a new excercise for them so they hung a peach basket from the wall and threw a ball at it.
Force is not relevant. The balls were made of different substances.
Back to the Wall was created in 1978.
MLB player Josh Wall throws right.
Throw it at the wall