The leather is put on the basketball for grip, wear and tear, and consistency. The bounce of the ball comes from the rubber bladder that the leather is surrounding. Air pressure and the quality of the ball effect it's bounce more than the leather.
It is better for bounce and it seals in air better than standard leather.
The leather ball bounces because it is full with air in it. If you remove the air then the leather ball does not bounce at all. While the aluminum ball (which I can only imagine, since I have not seen any aluminun ball before) will bounce, with or without air.
Yes, the leather and cork construction of a cricket ball will bounce on a hard surface. However, pretty much everything will bounce if it's thrown hard enough
It all depends on how much air there is inside, where you bounce it, and how you bounce it. Well if there were same amount of air, bounced on the same surface and with the same power, a rubber ball would bounce higher. But that doesn't mean a rubber basketball is simply better. People certainly would choose a leather basketball, because it looks better and has a better quality, and can last longer if played indoors. If you were looking for which is better, I would say that's totally upto you, whether you play indoors (a leather ball would be heaps better), or outdoors (a rubber ball is much better in this case). But if you were looking for which bounced higher, it is definitely rubber. This is because a rubber cover is harder than a leath covering. When something is harder, this allows to put more pressure when the ball hits the floor. This causes the ball to bounce higher.
I would say yes but it all depends on how much air is in the basketball in question.
The title track from the group consisting of the lyrics 'bounce bounce bounce' is Rainbow.
A bounce ball will bounce the highest!!!!!!!!!
No, pavlova does not bounce.
because the rubber is newer and not worn at all...plus the older one might be made of leather...there could also be less air in the older one.
If water were allowed to penetrate the ball's hull, it would become heavier, harder, and likely to bounce poorly. Balls are constructed so that they maintain their dynamics throughout a game.
Chocolate doesn't bounce.