Let's assume a bowling ball is falling to the ground. It will have a certain impact when hitting the ground. Is that impact only depending on the height it's falling from and the weight of the bowling ball itself or would a rotating ball have a different impact to the ground?
Assuming a perfectly spherically symmetric object the rotation state does not impact the vertical force upon impact. In general it does affect the horizontal friction force on the object and the reaction force on the surface it falls on. Back spin will cause more wear and will also heat up the surface.