Basketball Pro Plr Ebook

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Table Of Contents


Chapter 1: The basics Of A Basketball Game

Chapter 2: Attire And Accessories For A Basketball Game

Chapter 3: Overview Of A Basketball Court

Chapter 4: Understanding The Rules Of A Basketball Game

Chapter 5: Useful Tips To Avoid Fouls

Chapter 6: Polish Your Shooting Skills

Chapter 7: All You Need To Know About Offense

Chapter 8: Defense Strategies That Work

Chapter 9: Winning The Game With Rebounding

Chapter 10: Victorious Strategies And Moves

Wrapping Up

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Chapter 2: Attire And Accessories For A Basketball Game


There are several different items that make up the complete set of attire and accessories for basketball enthusiasts. The choices available are mind boggling; mainly due to the fact that most merchants try to capitalize on the popularity the sport has managed to gain. This is also due to the high profile players and teams that are often engaged in endorsing such items, thus generating interest in basketball attire and accessories.

Get The Right Gear

However, there are some very basic and necessary items that are considered as essential to the individual intending to be involved in the basketball sport. This includes apparel that consists of jerseys, t-shirts, shorts, socks and proper basketball shoes that are specifically designed for the game. The styles of shoes and other attire items vary greatly and ideally should only be purchased for their quality and comfort and nothing else. There are also a lot of safety accessories that should ideally be used by the player as injury can occur in this mild contact sport. These options may include athletic supporters, athletic tales and bandages, back braces should there be a need to lessen the impact on an already sore back, knee and elbow braces and insoles which are especially helpful when it comes to cushioning landings from high jumps.

When it comes to equipment, there are also several different items to consider, such as the basketballs, player accessories, various backboard systems, basketball hoops, nets and score boards. The shoes chosen are also very important as it does help to keep the stability and the slipping factors in check. This is especially important as basketball is a rather swiftly played game and foot work plays an important role in the game and also does contribute to a lot of injuries. Therefore, the appropriate footwear for the basketball session should be carefully chosen.

Chapter 3: Overview Of A Basketball Court


Although there can be slight variations to the marking and size of a basketball court, there are some aspects that are standard and will be followed accordingly. If there are any variations they will predominantly waiver between the professionally used courts and the courts that are used at high schools and leisure courts.

The Design Of The Court

The National Basketball Association and Women’s National Basketball Association courts are usually designed to measure 94 feet long and 50 feet wide. As for the Federation Internationale de Basketball courts for international play, it is slightly smaller at 92 feet long and 49 feet wide. The National Federation of State High School Associations has a different set of sizes that they adhere to which would be around at least 80 feet in length and 50 feet in width.

The free throw lane is usually designed to the measurements of about 6 feet in radius. However, the NBA and the WNBA use a 16 feet wide radius for their free throw lanes. The three point arc is 19feet,9 inches from the rim for NFHS and women’s NCAA game formats. As for the WNBA the measurement is 20 feet and 6 inches.

Another marking includes the center circle which is usually designed in a 12 feet diameter. However this too varies on the level of the game being played. The difference would really rather depend on the player which can range from high school to professional leagues. The NBA and FIBA courts have “no charge” zones in the front of the basket and the NBA restricted zone is 4 feet from the center of the basket. As for the FIBA zone, it is usually 1.25 m from the center of the rim.

Chapter 4: Understanding The Rules Of A Basketball Game


As with every sport or game played there are rules in place to govern the play. This is to ensure there is some level of uniformity for the overall way the game is played and enjoyed. Basketball in no different, as it too has a standard set of rules and guidelines that should be followed to ensure the game is well played and enjoyable.

Some Basic Rules

Basketball is played by two teams, and the idea behind the game is to score as many points as possible within the time frame allotted. These points are scored when the ball in thrown into the opposing team’s basket. Each team consists of 12 players of which 5 players are usually on the court at any given time.

The following are some of the moves prevalent in the basketball game that are usually governed by a set of rules:

• When there is a case of personal contact such as holding a player back physically in an attempt to restrict their movements, the call will be made to allow the opposing team to take possession of the ball. This is also applicable when there is contact which is categorized as illegal guarding which is made from behind, again causing the opponent to falter in movements.

• Blocking and pushing are both fouls that can have dire repercussions, such as the referee giving possession of the ball to the opposing team or allowing free throws by the opposing team. Illegal screening is an attempt to slow down or stop the opponent from gaining control of the ball, and if this is done to impede the game in any way, then the same rule applies and the referee can make a judgment call to give the ball to the opposing team. There are other moves such as hand checking, charging and illegal use of hands, and all these contribute to penalties in one way or another.

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