I think that you mean how many basketballs can be stuck in a hoop and your answer is 2 for regular size baskets. I know it doesn't look like that but 2 can be stuck in the with of the top of the hoop at the same time, both going through. Interesting, eh, but we've all been taught to expect the unexpected.
A Peach basket.
When James Naismith invented the game, the hoop was a peach basket WITH the bottom still in it.
The round hoop is made of steel, the netting is a woven nylon fiber. The first basket for basketball was literally a basket. A peach basket to be specific. A ladder was used to retrieve the ball after a shot was made. Later a pole was utilized to poke the ball back out.
The creator of basketball was a P.E director and the original basketball hoop was actually a peach basket. His first name I think was Nathian.
In highschool, you will have a desginated bench which leads to what hoop you will shoot at in the game for the first half. In younger sports a team will just sit at a any bench, and that is pretty much how that is decided
No... that would be too easy if two basketballs could fit in one hoop!! :P If the basketballs are (alot!) smaller than normal then yes!!
2 regular basketballs side by side will not go through a hoop. One on top of the other they will. If you get "play size" basketballs you could get them though side by side.
One and a little bit
nba basket ball hoop height is 10 feet tall!!
your stupid. no
The first basket ball hoop wasnt actually a hoop. It was a peach basket!!!! during games, someone had to sit next to the basket so they could throw the ball back to the players!!!
The first basketball hoop was a peach basket.
a peach basket
The first hoop ever was not necessarily a hoop. It was a peach basket. Players would run up and down and put the ball in the basket for two points.
they use a peach basket