Basketball

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This powerpoint covers the basics of basketball, and the necessities of knowing the game.

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Basketball

  1. 1. An Interactive Presentation by: Nate Schout
  2. 2.  Simple Rules  Violations  Example of Basketball Court  Scoring System  Simple Strategy  Offense  Defense  Professional Teams in Michigan  NCAA Teams in Michigan  Resources  Concept Map  Author’s Slide Quit
  3. 3. Basketball is a team sport. Two teams of five players each try to score by shooting a ball through a hoop elevated 10 feet above the ground. The game is played on a rectangular floor called the court, and there is a hoop at each end. The court is divided into two main sections by the mid-court line. If the offensive team puts the ball into play behind the mid-court line, it has ten seconds to get the ball over the mid-court line. If it doesn't, then the defense gets the ball. Once the offensive team gets the ball over the mid-court line, it can no longer have possession of the ball in the area in back of the line. If it does, the defense is awarded the ball. The ball is moved down the court toward the basket by passing or dribbling. The team with the ball is called the offense. The team without the ball is called the defense. They try to steal the ball, contest shots, steal and deflect passes, and garner rebounds.
  4. 4. When a team makes a basket, they score two points and the ball goes to the other team. If a basket, or field goal, is made outside of the three-point arc, then that basket is worth three points. A free throw is worth one point. Free throws are awarded to a team according to some formats involving the number of fouls committed in a half and/or the type of foul committed. Fouling a shooter always results in two or three free throws being awarded the shooter, depending upon where he was when he shot. If he was beyond the three-point line, then he gets three shots. Other types of fouls do not result in free throws being awarded until a certain number have accumulated during a half. Once that number is reached, then the player who was fouled is awarded a '1-and-1' opportunity. If he makes his first free throw, he gets to attempt a second. If he misses the first shot, the ball is live on the rebound. Each game is divided into sections. All levels have two halves. In college, each half is twenty minutes long. In high school and below, the halves are divided into eight (and sometimes, six) minute quarters. In the pros, quarters are twelve minutes long. There is a gap of several minutes between halves. Gaps between quarters are relatively short. If the score is tied at the end of regulation, then overtime periods of various lengths are played until a winner emerges. Quit
  5. 5.  Walking/Traveling. Taking more than 'a step and a half' without dribbling the ball is traveling. Moving your pivot foot once you've stopped dribbling is traveling.  Carrying/palming. When a player dribbles the ball with his hand too far to the side of or, sometimes, even under the ball.  Double Dribble. Dribbling the ball with both hands on the ball at the same time or picking up the dribble and then dribbling again is a double dribble.  Held ball. Occasionally, two or more opposing players will gain possession of the ball at the same time. In order to avoid a prolonged and/or violent tussle, the referee stops the action and awards the ball to one team or the other on a rotating basis.  Goaltending. If a defensive player interferes with a shot while it's on the way down toward the basket, while it's on the way up toward the basket after having touched the backboard, or while it's in the cylinder above the rim, it's goaltending and the shot counts. If committed by an offensive player, it's a violation and the ball is awarded to the opposing team for a throw-in.  Backcourt violation. Once the offense has brought the ball across the mid-court line, they cannot go back across the line during possession. If they do, the ball is awarded to the other team to pass inbounds. Quit
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  7. 7.  Three points are awarded if a player makes a basket from beyond the three point arc. Click Here for a Video of a 3-point shot  Two points are awarded if a player makes a basket from within the three point arc. Click Here for a Video of a 2-point shot  One point is awarded if a basketball is made after a foul, while shooting from the free throw line. Click Here for a Video of a Free Throw Quit
  8. 8.  The main goal is to score as many points possible while limited the other teams scoring and scoring opportunities  Defense is probably the most important part of the game. If your team can stop the other team from scoring, then your team does not need to score as much.  Plays are usually instilled in the offense to try and trick the defense, so your team can score. Quit
  9. 9.  Offensive basketball strategies may include designed plays to a style of play. Teams tend to want to play an up-tempo fast break game or they want to slow the game down and get into their half court offense. Teams with athletic and fast players may want to play a fast paced game where they can take advantage of their speed in the open court. Other teams may feel they can excel in a half court game taking advantage of their designed plays, outside shooting, or post up play.  The key to any good offensive strategy is passing. The ball can be passed faster and more effectively than it can be dribbled. By passing the ball around quickly and offensive basketball team can cause the defensive team to move and make adjustments. Enough good passes and eventually an offensive player will get a good open shot. Quit
  10. 10.  The zone defense is where each player has a specific area of the court they are responsible to defend. The zone shifts and moves depending on where the offensive players are standing and where the ball is.  Man-to-man defense is where each player is assigned to cover a specific offensive player.  Sometimes teams run a combination of zone and man-to- man. One example of this is the box-and-one. In this defense four players play zone (in a box shape) and one player plays man-to-man usually on the offensive teams best player.  Full court press - where a team will play defense over the entire court hoping to trap or steal the ball.  Double Team - where two players will cover the player with the ball . Quit
  11. 11.  Detroit Pistons http://www.nba.com/pistons/index_main.html  Holland Blast http://www.hollandblast.com/  Grand Rapids Flight http://www.grflight.com/ Quit
  12. 12.  Division I >University of Michigan >Michigan State University >Western Michigan University >Central Michigan University  Division II >Grand Valley State University >Michigan Tech University >Ferris State University Quit
  13. 13.  http://www.breakthroughbasketball.com/basics/ba  http://www.ducksters.com/sports/basketballstrate  http://www.nba.com/pistons/index_main.html  http://www.hollandblast.com/  http://www.grflight.com/ Quit
  14. 14. Quit Basketball Resources Internet Main Violations NCAA Offense Defense Page teams Pro Simple Scoring Court Teams Strategy System Quit
  15. 15.  My name is Nate Schout, and I am a future Physical Education teacher. I love basketball, and I love coaching basketball.  This presentation is to teach children about basketball and how to play.  This is a link to my email: schoutna@student.gvsu.edu Quit

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