No. Basketball is a noun. It may be used as a noun adjunct with other nouns (basketball coach, basketball court).
Football, baseball, basketball, racquetball, dodgeball are just a few sports that are nouns.
The two nouns that form basketball are the ball and the basket. The game was originally played by nailing a bushel basket to a pole, which has since been replaced by the hoop and net.
Shooter, passer, basketball, timeout, refs, defender, defense, offense, scorer, etc.
It depends on how you use those words.
shoot, score, fowl, jump, guard, play
Brandon and Sunday.
Nouns are not describing words. The words that describe nouns are adjectives. A synonym is a noun for another noun. Some nouns that are synonyms for girl that start with B are: bride beauty baby basketball player ballerina baker
The noun 'basketball' is a commonnoun, a general word for a type of sport or a type of ball.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing.Examples of proper nouns for the common noun 'basketball' are Wilson NCAA Official Game Basketball ($69.99) or The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (Springfield, MA).
The types of nouns are: Singular or plural nouns Common or proper nouns Concrete or abstract nouns Possessive nouns Collective nouns Compound nouns
The classifications of a noun are: singular and plural nouns common and proper nouns abstract and concrete nouns possessive nouns collective nouns compound nouns count and non-count (mass) nouns material nouns gerunds (verbal nouns) attributive nouns (nouns as adjective)
Mass Nouns: Mass nouns are nouns that cannot be counted. These include nouns such as oxygen, advice, happiness.Count Nouns: Count nouns are nouns that can be counted. These include nouns such as books, chairs, cups.