#1
We all know that kicking basketballs apparently gives them "eggs" right? Well, this has confuddled me.

Why do basketballs get "eggs" when the force in which we kick them with is normally matched by the velocity in which the ball hits the ground, backboard, etc.

I'm just wondering, is it due to the shape of our foot, or what?
#3
what the damn hell
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#4
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Basketballs are not meant to be kicked.

Apparently.

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what the damn hell

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#7
basketballs are suppose to go in the hoop not on the sidewalk
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#10
the force is applied over a smaller area than it is when it hits a flat surface, so it stretches the rubber more, weakening, allowing the pressure to push it out further.