The bumps on the basketball is a special design that has stayed relevant for many years coupled with the basketball material of being leather, this was the perfect duo to provide basketball players around the world with maximum control.
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Adding these bumps was all about friction. When forces collide, friction naturally slows things down over time and the more points of contact an object has with another surface the more friction comes into play. So the bumps on the basketball basically increase the surface area of the ball and the amount of friction acting on it.
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A couple things may be causing a bump on your Basketball. First, if it was allowed to deflate, the basketball loses shape and this can create a weak spot when its pumped back up. Also, there could be a weakness in the rubber bladder inside the basketball that's causing a lump, similar to the way a car tire can get a lump from age and stress and structural weakness in the rubber.
The smooth rubber does not have pebbling (small bumps) that characterizes the surface of a finished basketball so that the outlines for the panels can be clearly marked on the rubber. A silk screen is moved along a series of metal markers that are guides marking the length of the rubber sheet needed for each ball.
For many years, leather was the material of choice for basketball coverings, however in the late 1990s, synthetic composite materials were put forth and have rapidly gained acceptance in most leagues, although the NBA's game balls still use real leather (outside of a brief experiment with a microfiber ball in 2006 that was not well received).
A texture the visual quality of a material and as I am sure you know you cannot see oxygen. What are the adaptations of the rules between wheelchair basketball and basketball? For younger participants there are changes to the ball ( size, weight, texture, colours) and the basket (E.G large dustbins and hoola hoops tied to the basket are used).