If it is spherical, then it is not a meteorite. All of the photos on this page were sent to me by people who asked if the objects were meteorites. There are many natural processes on Earth that lead to near-spherical rocks. I suspect, however, that several of the objects depicted here are man made, e.g., mill balls.
OK. You’ve gotten this far, so I’ll back off a bit. The photos below are both of spheroidal meteorites – not perfect spheres, but spheroidal. This is about as spheroidal as meteorites are found.
Note that some meteorite collectors deliberately cut meteorites into spheres. See Rollover #2. Note that none of these meteorites has fusion crusts because the crusts have been cut off.