Basketball is played in English schools, but it is still a small sport compared to Soccer. Not that many English people watch Basketball.
He was a canadian p.e teacher who invented basketball in 1869.
it provided people a new hobby to enjoy and it made a big impact that was strong and it basically brought the world together.
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.
The game of basketball has become a very professional sport
the economic impact of basketball is very huge. basketball provides for ratings in sport channels, ticket sales at stadiums, building stadiums, and many more. the NBA itself emplyees many people. the commercials ad products made are perhaps the biggest income for basketball. it is also safe to say that basketball is a plus for traveling companies because they need to get their players around as well as the fans.
there isn't one
it brings race togethr
Basketball was made to entertain people and to exercise.
the only people that play basketball, are people like arebu...
Yes, people in Mexico play basketball.
No. Football is more physical than basketball. The average force of impact of tackles in football is much stronger than than contact in basketball.
a Basketball Court.
How many people play basketball
Quite yes, because he was the only person who played basketball and was colored and didn't die from sunburn.
Basketball has brought the world together, similar to what many other sports have done. Anyone can get together, regardless of race, religion, and ethnicity, and play a simple game of basketball.
About 30 million people play basketball worldwide
the impact of flooding can impact a lot of people in impact the whole of the economy and a lot of people can loose there lives
Surprisingly only 11% of people play basketball in the Philippines.
1200036987 people play NBL basketball is this answer even right???
Yes, tall people can play basketball well.
He announced that he had H.I.V. But he took part in the basketball in the olympics.