I don't understand.
That's not a question, that's a statement, but I'll address it anyway. You see, FreezeTagBasketball (invented by Phil Anker & Dave Fisher) combines basketball and freeze tag. Each team has an "it". The It can tag people on the opposing team to freeze them, or tag people on Its own team to unfreeze them. Everybody becomes unfrozen when a point is made. The Its can make points and everything else everyone else does. The rest of the game is played just like basketball.
But won't people just stay away from the Its? Why not give the Its the ball and let them make points?
Certainly, Its have an offensive advantage, but don't let that fool you. Its can freeze each other, and once frozen cannot unfreeze themselves. So if an It is given the ball, other players might stay away, but the opposing It would go for the freeze. If your teams It is frozen, you can see how you would have an obvious disadvantage. The opposing It could freeze your entire team, and unfreeze all of the opposing players. Bad news for you.
Yeah, but I just don't think this game would work, because (fill in the blank.)
Again, that's not a question. Look, you need to pull the stick out of your butt and just play the frickin' game. I mean, what's the deal? We invent this totally fun game, and you (along with 90% of our friends) are all, "Gee, I don't know. My pituitary gland is underdeveloped and I was a late bloomer, and gosh it all sounds so confusing." Just play the game. Play the frickin' game. Now.