The United States is by far the most successful nation in Olympic basketball. United States men’s teams won 13 of 16 tournaments they participated in, including seven successive titles from 1936 to 1968. United States women’s teams won 6 titles out of 8 participations, including four in a row from 1996 to 2008.
|MyScore on Google Doodle’s Basket Ball game ;(|
London 2012 basketball is the thirteenth London Olympics doodle, carrying on the tradition of a Google doodle every day of the Olympics.
The sport of basketball needs no introduction, as it is one of the most popular sports in the world. Basketball is played by teams of 5 players each, and is one of the most fast-paced, high-scoring games around.
The doodle itself is in the form of a game, where the user’s aim is to make the athlete score as many points as possible. Press the spacebar to shoot – the longer you hold the spacebar before shooting, the further the ball goes.
Yesterday Google Posted First Doodle Game of Hurdles on their Home Page for London 2012 Olympics.
On 6th August The doodle with a night theme has the spotlight on a male athlete preparing to throw the Javelin in front of a jam-packed stadium For the Javelin Event.
On Eighth Day The London 2012 shot put doodle posted by Google on its home page. The task on shot put is to throw a metal ball (shot) as far as possible in a pushing motion (putting).
Seventh day of Olymics there was a Google Doodle for Table Tennis on Google’s Home Page.The Doodle Showed a TT Raquet with a Player.
On Day Six (Wednesday) There was a Doodle on Google’s Homepage For the Hockey Competition in Olympic 2012.