Originally Posted by Rakoz
I'm still stuck with ball golf not making the hole bigger, basketball not making the hoop wider, and baseball not making the fields shorter. At some point we have to accept a standard and accept that luck sometimes frowns on you.
Well, you kinda make the point that Feldberg might be talking about. In ball golf, the hole is the same size on every course in every country. A basketball rim is the same diameter in every arena in every country. I have played on so many different types of baskets that have huge differences in catch zones, chain configuration, chain weight, basket depth, length of chains...need I go on? Maybe the real issue here is we don't have a standard target that we play in competition.