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1 November 2011

2 Fast Break - Detailed Description Your Role within the Fast Break Principles of Play Methods of Data Collection Alternative Structure, Strategy or Composition Strengths and Weaknesses of Structure/Strat How you developed weak parts of your performance

3 Detailed description of the Fast Break/Motion Offence Your role within Fast Break/Motion Offence Data Collection (Description / Why it was appropriate, important) Difficulties that can occur within a FB Adapting/Changing your structure/strategy Decision Making – Its Importance Weaknesses within your performance – what you did to improve these and the impact that had on your overall performance

4 Roles and Relationships Offensive/Defensive Structures/Strategies Decision Making Under Pressure

5 ALL Structures and Strategies Questions must be answered on… BASKETBALL

6 A structure is also known as a Formation. It is how your team is set up e.g in football A basketball specific offence example would be a or a Motion Offence. 1(Point Guard) 2(Shooting Guards) 2(Forwards) PG

7 A strategy is more simply known as a Game Plan This is a plan of action, that is devised before an activity begins. This can be adapted at any time (Plan B,C,D) For example a footballing strategy may be to adopt either Zonal or Man to Man Marking. Basketball Specific Examples Offence – Fast Break Defence – Man to Man Defence, Zone Defence

8 The Structure, Strategy or composition adopted will take into consideration the strengths and weaknesses of 3 things You Your Teammates Your Opponents

9 Used to break up the court quickly Catch the defence out Speed needed Good decision making Good communication Use it wisely Used to try and create an overload situation (2v0,2v1, 1v0, 3v1, 3v2) Used against slow defences, and if there are fast players in your team.

10 1. Force a turnover, ball intercepted, basket missed and ball rebounded, ball out of bounds) 2. Attacking players must fill the lanes 3. Outlet pass, to one of the players filling the lanes 4. Ball dribbled up the court at pace trying to drive to the basket unopposed (1v0 situation) 5. Ball dribbled up the court quickly, bounce pass to supporting player to score with a lay-up (2v1 situation.)

11 Rebound and Outlet Pass (Defensive Phase) Drive up to the centre of the court and the bounce pass (Transition Phase) The collection of the bounce pass, and drive towards the basket for the lay-up shot. (Attacking Phase)

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13 Choose one activity from your course. (3) Name of activity _________________________________________________ (a) Name a structure, strategy or composition you have used in this activity. ______________________________________________________________ Describe this structure, strategy or composition. ______________________________________________________________

14 Describe the weak part(s) of your structure, strategy or composition. (3) ______________________________________________________________ What did you do over time to improve the weak part(s)? (3) ______________________________________________________________

15 Choose one activity. (a) Describe a structure, strategy or composition that you have used. (4) (b) Describe the strengths of your chosen structure, strategy or composition. (4) (c) Describe the weaknesses of your chosen structure, strategy or composition. (4)


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