The invention of Basketball is pretty basic. A football coach was looking for a way to keep his players in shape, so he nailed a peach basket to a tall post. He told his players to get the ball in the basket and prevent the other players from doing so. It just made most sense to make the ball circular so that it could be shot into the basket.
This circle is called the center circle.
The center circle on an NBA regulation basketball court has a circumference of 37.7 feet (37 feet 8.4 inches).
A basketball is a sphere so a cross-section would be a circle.
It is 144.5 cm.
it doesnt have a frount it is a circle
None! Its a circle!!
the "no-charge zone" in basketball is a little half-circle below the rim. once a player steps into that half-circle than a charging penalty cannot be called.
A basketball is round/circle/sphere.
The diameter of the center court circle in the NBA and WNBA is 12 feet. In FIBA (the International Basketball Federation) the circle is slightly smaller with a diameter of 11.81 feet.
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the neutral zone is the one center circle
The center circle is 12 feet by 12 feet and is 38 feet away from the side line.
the big circle that covers the free throw line
thej are for jump ball´s ,the closest circle is used ;)
A Venn diagram is basically showing two activities that a group of people do, and the place where the two circles overlap shows the amount of people which do BOTH the activities. For example, if the two circles represent tennis and basketball. Those who are in the basketball circle, and not in the overlapped section, they only do basketball. Those in the tennis circle, and not in the overlapped section, only do tennis. Those in the overlapped section do both basketball and tennis.
You could be playing four square, or, perhaps tennis or basketball. However, you could say the courts used for tennis and basketball are rectangles.
A Basketball is a sphere so a cross-section would be a circle.
You would receive 2 points for your team.