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BASKETBALL The object of the game is to score the greatest number of baskets in the allotted time limit. A HIGH SCHOOL game consists of four eight minute.

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2 BASKETBALL

3 The object of the game is to score the greatest number of baskets in the allotted time limit. A HIGH SCHOOL game consists of four eight minute quarters.

4 Each team has five players and the game is begun with a jump ball in the center restraining circle.

5 Scoring Field Goal – A goal made anywhere inside the three- point line. ( worth 2 points) Three-point field goal – A goal made anywhere on the court beyond the three-point line. (worth 3 points )

6 Scoring Con’t Free throw – An unguarded throw for goal by a player after a foul. It is taken behind the free throw line and the shooter has ten seconds to release the attempt.

7 Scoring When you are fouled in the act of shooting, a player receives two free throws if the attempt at the goal is missed. You receive three free throws for a three point attempt. If the basket is made, the shooter receives one free throw. ( Worth 1 point)

8 SKILLS

9 Dribbling Causing the ball to rebound off the floor. Hand Position: Fingers spread apart, flexible wrist. Use pads of fingers.

10 Dribbling Con’t Keep ball close to your body Keep eyes up Keep ball low

11 Passing Moving the ball by throwing, bouncing, batting, handing, or rolling it to another player. Three types of passing: –Chest Pass –Bounce Pass –Overhead Pass

12 Shooting Throwing the ball so as to make a goal. Hand Position: One hand behind the ball, other hand balances and guides the ball.

13 Shooting Con’t Wrist flips down in “goose-neck” position and then follow- through

14 Shooting Con’t Remember the BEEF!! Balance Eyes Elbows Follow- through

15 Fouls Blocking - an individual foul involving personal contact which impedes the progress of an opponent with or without the ball. Personal Foul-illegal contact with an opponent.

16 Fouls Con’t Holding – A player holds an opponent with or without the ball. Charging – a player with the ball moves into an opponent whose position is legal.

17 VIOLATIONS Traveling – moving illegally with the ball. Three second lane violation – An offensive player with or without the ball remains in the free throw lane (key) for more than three seconds.

18 VIOLATIONS Double Dribble- This occurs when a player continues dribbling after grasping the ball with both hands. Out of bounds – the ball is out when it touches any person or object on or beyond the boundary lines.

19 Terms Dead ball – the ball is dead whenever the whistle is blown. Goal – a ball that passes through the basket from above. Held ball – a player holding the ball for more than five seconds when closely guarded.

20 Terms Con’t Turnover – any loss of possession without a shot being taken One and one free throw – a free throw situation in which a second free throw is awarded upon a successful attempt on the first free throw

21 DEFENSE

22 Defense Defending and protecting the basket to prevent an opponent from scoring

23 Types of Defense Zone Defense – a defensive system in which players cover assigned court areas, rather than specific individuals. Man to Man defense – a defensive system in which each player guards an assigned individual

24 Quiz Time!! Name That Violation Moving illegally with the ball?? Answer: Traveling

25 Name That Violation?? This occurs when a player continues dribbling after grasping the ball with both hands or dribbles with both hands. Double Dribble

26 Name That Term The ball is dead whenever the whistle is blown.

27 DEAD BALL

28 Name That Term A ball that passes through the basket from above.

29 Goal

30 Name That Term Any loss of possession without a shot being taken.

31 Turnover


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