it would run out of space in the raftors
Basketball players would not exist. None of their fans would either. That is what would happen.
He would have done his shows and then retired.
No. If Nascar did this it would mean that most numbers would be retired and we would be seeing 3 cars on the track.
If a cell were as big as a basketball, organelles would have to increase in size to be proportionate to the actual cell. -Josh
It would have too much bounce.
Basketball profits would decrease at all levels. There's no going back NOW!
I suppose we would just slip and slide all over the place!
The F-14 could supplement the F-18 Hornet.
No. As one former player put it we've had so many outstanding players, of we retired a number, there would not be any jerseys left.
Since all counting numbers are rational numbers, arithmetic would never have started. There would have been no science nor technology.
the world wouldnt be how it was always
The osmotic pressure of the blood would decrease!
Due to the vacuum of space, nothing. The air would be dispersed and have no effect on anything in space
Then we would have only whole numbers. no fractions of any sort.
23, and then I would say anyone of the single digits numbers23 (Jordan & Lebron) is the guaranteed number 1.
the fox will decrease its numbers
I would have to say "Pistol" Pete Maravich. His number 7 jersey was retired by the Utah Jazz in 1985. All of the other numbers retired by the Jazz continued their playing careers past that date. It could very well be Karl Malone.
If a basketball were not hollow, it would be extremely heavy and would not bounce.
If i understand what you are trying to ask correctly, it would be:The quotient of (whatever the numbers happen to be, or a letter if it's a variable)
There are quite a few well-respected former Red Sox players whose numbers were never retired, and baseball fans debate this endlessly. It is worth noting that the Red Sox have not retired many numbers over the years (thus far, it has only been seven former players). That said, Boggs spent 11 years in Boston before leaving to play for the Yankees. It is unclear whether that factored into the decision not to retire his number, but there seems to be little momentum for doing it at this point, even though in interviews, Boggs still says he wishes it would happen.
basketball i agree. why?
then there would only be a 1. and there would be no 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 digit numbers onlya one digit number. and there would be only 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,numbers to use not 10, 20,30,40 ,50 ,60,70,80,90,100 because they need zeros
You would be a freak, since you would be different from everyone else. But you can also be unique, and that's what counts ! ;)my life would be such a misery. but i would be the worlds greatest basketball player
in the food chain is unbalanced then the animal's population or plant's population numbers would decrease. Then either die off of extinction or the numbers would increase once again.