Basketball10 Hyo Ji Kim<br />Offense <br />How to Shoot:<br />Set Shoot:<br />1. Upward motion of the ball in the hands ri...
Hyo ji+pe+research
Hyo ji+pe+research
Hyo ji+pe+research
Hyo ji+pe+research
Hyo ji+pe+research
Hyo ji+pe+research
Hyo ji+pe+research
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Hyo ji+pe+research

617 views
550 views

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
617
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
3
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Hyo ji+pe+research

  1. 1. Basketball10 Hyo Ji Kim<br />Offense <br />How to Shoot:<br />Set Shoot:<br />1. Upward motion of the ball in the hands rising above the head.<br />2. A swift extension of the forearm, snapping the shoulder, elbow and wrist.<br />3. Rising to the balls of the feet and holding the shooting hand in the follow-through.<br />Jump Shoot:<br />1. Release must come off the fingertips just before the peak of the jump.<br />2. All the momentum you carry upward should be channelled right to the fingertips at the release so you can make the perfecting adjustments.<br />3. Follow-through well.<br />Picture of a Player doing jump shoot:<br /><Tips><br />Confidence - A shooter with confidence will be one, who shoots the ball each time " knowing" it will pass perfectly through the basket. However, this should not be confused with taking wild shots from half-court; he/she also has a great shot selection. When shooting, you must have a good mindset.<br />Concentration- This is how all the great players blank out the crowd and any other distractions and just focus on the game. Great shooters are able to blank out any distraction and still score the basketball. This mostly consists of being relaxed and not getting carried away in the drama of the game.<br />Defense<br />Man-to-Man<br />With this defense, each player is assigned to guarding a particular player on the other team. Each player must try hard to stop the opponent. Although it sounds individual, man-to-man is really a team defense. Every one must do his/her part. If 1 or 2 players don't play good defense, the defense will fail. Although you are assigned to guard one player, you must learn to " help" your teammates, and learn to " slide through" and " switch" the player you are guarding with a teammate, if one of you gets picked. We used to call this a " switching" man-to-man defense.<br />Technique: Keep the palm of your lead hand facing up. Try to get at the ball from below, not by slapping down it, which results in a foul. Your other hand should be in the passing lane. Slide with your opponent, and try to get him/her to stop the dribble, and then close in and apply pressure.<br />Pictures of a Player playing man to man defense:<br />Zone <br />Basketball zone defense is different from man to man defense in that players guard a part of the floor, or a zone, as opposed to a particular player. Defenders move in their zone depending on where the ball is. Basketball zone defense was created to stop offensive penetration from dribbling and protect against one-on-one moves where the offense might win. There are a variety of zone defenses (2-3, 3-2, 1-2-2, 1-3-1 defenses, etc). In a zone defense, you defend a particular " zone" , or area on the court. You don't stay with a particular person (like in the man-to-man). Any time the ball comes into your area, you guard that person with the ball. The defenders have to learn the rules of each zone and how to " shift" , or move, with the ball.<br />Technique: <br />1. Try to keep the ball outside. Double-team the ball in the paint.<br />2. Be vocal, talk to each other.<br />3. Move, adjust your position relative to the movement of the ball.<br />4. Get your hands up and out, to shrink the passing lanes.<br />5. When the offense dribble penetrates, quickly close the gap.<br />6. Get to know your opponent and adjust. Over-protect against the best shooters, or the " hot" shooter, and sag off the guy who never shoots.<br />7. Trap the corners.<br />8. Especially if you are ahead, don't gamble or get too zealous about trapping the wing and point guard positions. Keep pressure on the ball, but also protect the paint and force the outside, low-percentage shot.<br />Pictures of Players Playing Zone Defense:<br />Bibliography<br />Adrienne2, By. " How To Shoot A Basketball." HubPages. Web. 08 Oct. 2010. <http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Shoot-A-Basketball>.<br />" Basketball Defense- Man-to-Man Defense, Coach's Clipboard Playbook." Basketball Coaching Playbook, Coach's Clipboard... Coaching Youth & High School Basketball. Web. 08 Oct. 2010. <http://www.coachesclipboard.net/BasicDefense.html>.<br /> " Basketball Defense- Man-to-Man Defense, Coach's Clipboard Playbook." Basketball Coaching Playbook, Coach's Clipboard... Coaching Youth & High School Basketball. Web. 08 Oct. 2010. <http://www.coachesclipboard.net/BasicDefense.html>.<br /> " Basketball Fundamentals - Basic Defensive Tips, Coach's Clipboard Playbook." Basketball Coaching Playbook, Coach's Clipboard... Coaching Youth & High School Basketball. Web. 08 Oct. 2010. <http://www.coachesclipboard.net/DefensiveTips.html>.<br />" The New York Times Log In." The New York Times - Breaking News, World News & Multimedia. Web. 08 Oct. 2010. <http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/28/sports/basketball/28zone.html>.<br />Volleyball10 Hyo Ji Kim<br />Serve:<br />Toss the ball in front of your serving shoulder. <br />Keep your elbow high and back. <br />Contact the middle of the ball with the middle of your hand. <br />Follow through on your armswing. <br />A clean solid contact is key to a good floater. I know when I’m struggling getting a solid contact on my float serve, I’ll contact the ball with more of a bent elbow. I feel this gives me a little more of a window for adjusting to the height of the toss to get that solid contact. For example, if I were to try and contact the ball with an extend arm every time I serve, the height of my toss would be more critical to getting a good solid contact. <br />Picture of a Player Serving:<br />025400<br />Should I serve to a “zone” or “area” or should I serve to a player? Players need to learn to serve making passers move, disrupting the opponent's offense. This should be done not by serving zones, but by making players move the way you want them to. <br />If I serve to a player who should this be? Instead of just hoping your opposition has a hard time passing by serving " court zones" , serve to dictate how a passer plays the ball.<br />Digging:<br />Be up on your toes and on the balls of your feet, not on your heels. <br />Be ready to get in a stable position to dig a hard driven ball. <br />Be ready to move to run down a shot or tip. <br />Arms are bent and in front of you ready to react to dig a ball with your forearms or to play a ball overhead. <br />Eyes are focused on the hitter watching for any hint as to what they are going to do. <br />Cushion hard driven balls. You should try to absorb the hit with your arms to keep the ball on your side of the net. If you can keep the ball on your side, your team has a better chance of winning the rally with your setter setting an attacker. Players are encouraged to stay on their feet when making plays on the ball. <br />Picture of a Player Serving:<br />050800<br />Setting:<br />Get to the ball <br />1. Get to the ball as quick as you can <br />2. Square your body up to the target <br />Setting position <br />1. Have your right foot slightly in front with your bodyweight balanced <br />2. Your shoulders, hips, and feet face the target <br />3. Knees are bent and your back is straight <br />4. Hands are above your forehead <br />5. Hands are in the shape of the ball <br />Setting action <br />1. Contact the ball above the forehead <br />2. Keep elbows comfortably bent <br />3. Use your legs to generate power through your body up to your hands<br />4. Fully extend your arms and then your entire body <br />-114300114300<br />Picture of a Player Setting:<br />Bibliography<br />" Volleyball Serving Strategies, Why Volleyball Serve Is So Important." Best Conditioning Volleyball Drills, Skills, Strategies with Rules. Web. 08 Oct. 2010. <http://www.strength-and-power-for-volleyball.com/volleyball-serving.html>.<br />" Volleyball Techniques for Improving Volleyball Skills." Best Conditioning Volleyball Drills, Skills, Strategies with Rules. Web. 08 Oct. 2010. <http://www.strength-and-power-for-volleyball.com/volleyball-techniques.html>.<br />Soccer –World Cup 10 Hyo Ji Kim<br />Quick Questions;<br />Who won the 2010 Soccer World Cup? Spain<br />How many times have this team won the World Cup? First time<br />Which team didn’t lose a game during the World Cup? New Zealand<br />Which teams that had previously WON a World Cup were knocked out in the group stage? Brazil and France<br />Who was the leading goal scorer in the World Cup? Thomas Muller of Germany <br />Overall World Cup;<br />Which countries have won the world cup? Uruguay, Argentina, Spain, Germany, Italy and Brazil<br />How many World Cups have their been? 19<br />Who has scored the most ever goals in all World Cups? Just Fontaine of France, scored 13 goals<br />What year did Women's World Cup start? 1991<br />Who are the only two countries to win the Women's World Cup? USA, Germany<br />2010 World Cup Analysis<br />Name of Country: Republic of Korea<br />Where they finished: Second Round<br />Top Goal Scorer: Chung Yong Lee and Jung Su Lee, scored 2 goals<br />Most Significant Player: Ji Sung Park in Manchester United<br />Did they do better/worse than expected? Players achieved their original goal that was going to second round, so the result was satisfied.<br />Pictures of Korean Players in 2010 World Cup:<br />Overall Tournament Analysis<br />Was the tournament a success?<br />How could this be measured?<br />How many goals were scored compared to other World Cups?<br />How many red cards compared to other World Cups?<br />Were the overall crowds bigger or smaller than other World Cups?<br />What about TV audience?<br />What was your personal opinion?<br />Bibliography<br />" [사진]아르헨티나전 태극전사 베스트 11." 네이버 뉴스. Web. 08 Oct. 2010. <http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=107&oid=109&aid=0002114350>.<br />" World Cup Top Goal Scorers." Rob's Home of Sports, Fitness, Nutrition and Science. Web. 08 Oct. 2010. <http://www.topendsports.com/events/worldcupsoccer/goal-scorers.htm>.<br />

×