If I took an air-filled, buoyant object, say Vintage Basketball assuming I’m just an old lady was your first mistake shirt a basketball filled to 8.5 psi, underwater. Would there be a point where the ball would sit static from pressure equalization, or whatever property, assuming the ball couldn’t pop? First of all, you’re not particularly tall for a basketball player. 6ft 3 is tall for perhaps the average person on the street, but in basketball, it is the height in which you’d play a “skilled position” e.g. a guard who handles the ball and stays primarily on the perimeter. Secondly, forget people’s assumptions. They assume it’s easier for you inside because you’re taller than them. But it’s silly for you to be confined to an area of the court just because you’re of a certain height. I have no idea how old you are, but judging by the question, you’re still early in your basketball playing career. If you want to hit that 3, take it. If it misses, follow your shot, grab that rebound and put it back in.
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Ignore the haters, and play the game you want to play. Put in the work, Vintage Basketball assuming I’m just an old lady was your first mistake shirt get better and you can shut down whoever wants to talk back. If you let go of that deflated ball at depth, it will rise slowly at first. Then, as the air inside expands back towards its original size, the buoyancy force will increase and the ball will rise faster. By the time it is back to the surface, it will be back to being fully inflated and it will leap out of the water the same as if you shoved the ball under the surface and let go. By the way, it would take a lot of force to submerge that basketball, so that is the force that’s shoving it back up.
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