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  • 1. BASKETBALL
    • BY MITCH AND JAMES
  • 2. AIM OF BASKETBALL
    • The aim of basketball is to shoot the ball in the opponent’s basket .
    • The players are able to pass, dribble and roll the ball down the court.
    • The team who scores the most points win.
  • 3. RULES OF BASKETBALL
    • You are not able to run with the ball.
    • You are not able to bounce the ball and pick it up and bounce it again.
    • You can not stay in the key for three seconds.
    • You can shoot out of the three point line which is three points.
  • 4. EQUIPMENT USED IN BASKETBALL
    • You need a basketball
    • Ring , backboard and a
    • leather basketball.
  • 5. ORIGINS
    • Basketball originated in America in 1891.
    • James Naismith invented the game.
    • He was a teacher and he had to think of a game which was able to be played inside.
    • At first there was thirteen rules to go with the game.
    • At first they played with a soccer ball.
  • 6. PLAYING SURFACE
    • Usually they play on wooden floors.
    • The floor are highly glossed.
    • The floors have lines printed on the wood.
    • One ring at each end
    • The court is 25 metres long and 15 metres wide.
  • 7. LEADING OLYMPIC COUNTRYS
    • The last ten years America have won the Olympics.
    • Except in 2004 Argentina won gold.
    • In 2004 Australia in woman's basketball came 2nd.
  • 8. AUSTRALIAN REPRESENTATIVES
    • Andrew Gaze represented Australia in Men's basketball.
    • Glen Savell has also represented Australia in basketball.
    • Andrew Bogut was also chosen to represent Australia
  • 9.  
  • 10. BIBLIOGHROPHY
    • Wikipedia.com
    • Google.com
    • Beijing Olympics.com