Today’s Google doodle is Basketball and yes it’s interactive, Basketball has been a Summer Olympics sport for men consistently since 1936. Prior to its inclusion as a medal sport, it was held as demonstration event in 1904. Women’s basketball was played in the Olympics only since 1976.
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.
All you have to do is Shoot at the basket with your Spacebar, or by holding and releasing the left mouse key. You have 24 seconds your player can shoot as many balls as possible in that time
The letters Google have been portrayed as an audience
Check out yesterday’s Google Doodle which was equally awesome, where you could run the Hurdles on the Google Homepage
Did you know: Google doodles cause substantial loses to businesses around the world, since the employees get glued to the homepage all day long, When Google celebrated the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man game with an interactive doodle, that allowed users to play Pac-Man right on the Google home page led to a loss of $120 million to the British economy.
Les Paul resulted in $268 million in lost productivity, according to technology website ExtremeTech.
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