Well, handball involves a smaller ball that has more buoyancy. In handball, the objective is to hit the ball against the wall with your hand & so forth. In basketball, you have a rather larger ball. In basketball you shoot the ball into the basketball net. The rules apply differently depending on who you're playing with or you can make your own rules depending on how you like to play either rules. ( there are general rules to both ) Hope this helped :)
Most Australians do not like Handball for the same reason that Americans don't like cricket.
drop both at the same time and you will know the answer.
the all have to do with a ball . volleyball and handball are similar because you are hitting the ball. Basketball and volleyball are the same because you have to make a goal. baketball in the hoop volleyball over the net
You can find all the rules and regulations of this sport on www.eurohandball.com
yeah, slamball originated from basketball. the rules are quite similar. But not all of the rules are the same. Slamball is where you slam the ball. Basketball is when you use a ball to get it in a basket.
Womens basketball has the same positions and rules as mens basketball. Guard, forward, center etc..
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Handball as we knows it today originates from Denmark. In 1906 the Danish teacher and Colonel Holger Nielsen from Copenhagen, made the rules of handball officiel.
yes there are basketball rules and regulation
There are around 100 rules in basketball
* offside rule * handball rule
1942 by howard greenwald
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