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TJFKAJ's avatar

Does size matter?

Asked by TJFKAJ (642points) 3 weeks ago

It’s one of those eternal questions. Gets asked occasionally.
On the basketball court? On the football field? Take your pick

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Dutchess_III's avatar

In sports, sure it can matter. But you have to be athletic too.

TJFKAJ's avatar

I get that

RocketGuy's avatar

If one is taller, it is easier to throw a basketball into the basket. If one is bigger, it is harder for an opposing football player to knock you over.

Nomore_lockout's avatar

Trick question? Not touching that one.

chyna's avatar

Um, sure.

Brian1946's avatar

Not that much.
As long as one doesn’t need tweezers or two hands, no problem. ;)

JLoon's avatar

HA! Is question about sports – Or that other thing guys think about sooo much??

If it’s about sports the answer is size matters, but skill matters much more.

And if it’s about that other thing… the answer is the same.

Enjoy the game.

Brian1946's avatar

I was only trying to steer the discussion away from jocks. :p

tent's avatar

It depends. Some mornings I like a short stack. Other mornings I need a full stack with strawberries, whipped cream and a side of sausage links.

rebbel's avatar

Yes.
For both sports it would be near impossible to play if the balls were changed to medicine balls.

omtatsat's avatar

No it does not matter. But I would hate to look like a donkey!

Patty_Melt's avatar

It does if you are under inflating the football.

Forever_Free's avatar

While it may help in some cases it is more important if you have good moves.

Appearance does matter.

LuckyGuy's avatar

Yes. At a restaurant I prefer to eat half of my meal and take the leftovers home for lunch the next day.

Love_my_doggie's avatar

@Nomore_lockout Not touching that one. Which one, exactly, won’t you be touching? (Tee hee, I’m hilarious.)

Zaku's avatar

I wouldn’t call it an “eternal question” except possibly in the domain of phrases that get repeated with very little thought having been given to them beforehand.

Or at least, written in that 3-word form without properly framing the question, so the answers end up being people who are basically just adding the first pieces of context that occur to them.

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