they both use my balls :3
they're both sports
Handball, Netball and Flip Dunk have aspects that are somewhat similar to basketball.
The major actions in the game resemble both the rules of tennis and the teamwork of basketball and soccer. The ball is similar to soccer, though using the hands as in basketball. The net is similar to badminton, or more widely to tennis, with which it shares beginning service from the rear line. It could be described as "handball soccer tennis badminton."
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
both use my mom's balls :3
Corf ball... basketball... handball... American football (Grid iron)
(a) Street handball (Very popular in New York City because of the limited space) is typically played on concrete courts with one wall. (b) Indoor American handball is played on wooden courts with one wall. The wooden courts are similar -- materially -- to those you find on volleyball and Basketball courts (c) You also have handball games played on the shores of beaches and on fields similar to ones used for soccer.
you can only dribble 3 times in european hand ball and in Basketball you can have unlimited dribbling :)
Gaelic handball is similar to American handball the sport, as well as squash, racquetball and basque pelota. It is a very popular sport played in Ireland.
Football, Handball, Volleball, Basketball