This set includes one (1) 5-inch soccer ball, one (1) 6.5-inch football and one (1) 5-inch basketball. This toy is suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Durable plastic construction and bright colors stand up to tough play, and resists stains or fading. Recommended for ages 3 years and up.
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2. basketball is a high scoring sport, soccer is not. 3. height influences your ability to play basketball, whereas it has almost no impact on soccer. 4. basketball you score with your hands and are penalized for touching the ball with your feet. In soccer you score with your feet and are penalized for touching the ball with your hands.
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I only give soccer the nod as being harder to play because the average player will cover 7-8 miles per game whereas the average basketball player covers only 2-2.5 miles per game. So if you put the average professional soccer player in a basketball game; they definitely won't be anywhere close in terms of skill but they can at least run and be a nuisance to the opposing team.
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The Atlanta Hawks are a National Basketball Association (NBA) team founded in 1949 and play their home games at State Farm Arena; the Hawks previously played at Phillips Arena from 1999 to 2018, Alexander Memorial Coliseum (now Hank McCamish Pavilion) from 1968 to 1972, the Omni Coliseum from 1972 to 1997, and the Georgia Dome from 1997 to 1999.
With American football already popular in North America and being popularly known as football, Association football needed a new name to distinguish it in the United States, so it was called soccer.