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    • Group Name: Alan, Yuan Long, Wu Di, Rianto and Jonathon Seet History of Basketball
      • Teachers in charge
      • Mr. Lim Kiun Gun
      • Mr. Sia hee Hoong (IC)
      • Coach
      • Mr. Soh Sin Chye
      Coach and Teachers in charge
      • The basketball team took part in the west zone and lost the game. They will try their best to win the game.
      Achievments
      • Wednesday 3pm-6pm
      • Friday 3pm -6pm
      • Saturday 8am-12pm
      TRAINING SCHEDULE
    • The game of basketball is played by two teams of five players on a court. The objective of each team is to score by putting a ball into its own basket and to prevent the other team from doing do. The ball can be advanced only by passing with the hands or by dribbling, batting, pushing or tapping. The ball on the floor once or several times without touching it with both hands simultaneously. Playing the Game
      • Currently there are several sets of basketball rules in the world. International rules for com-petition between nations are established by the federation international de basketball (FIBA).
      Rules
      • Professional games consist of 4 quarters of 12 minutes each. College games consist of 2 halves of 20 minutes each. High school games consist of 4 quarters of 8 minutes each. Over-time periods are used for tie games
      Lenght of the Game
      • A goal from the field beyond the 3 point line counts 3 points, any other field goal counts 2 points, and a free throw counts 1 point.
      Scoring
      • The first phase of preparing your body for strenuous basketball activity is to war up with 5 minutes of offensive and defensive footwork. This will increase your blood circulation and gradually begin to prepare your body for the demands you are going to put on it.
      Warm- up
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