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Faclilities and equipment used for the game basketball

  2. 2. FACLILITIES AND EQUIPMENT USED FOR THE GAME BASKETBALL The only essential equipment in basketball is the basketball and the court: a flat, rectangular surface with baskets at opposite ends. your name
  3. 3. Basketball Court your name
  4. 4. Basketball Court  For the international games is 28 by 15 meters (approx. 92 by 49 ft.)  >The National Basketball Association (NBA) is 94 by 50 feet (29 by 15 m). Most courts are made of wood.  A steel basket with net and backboard hang over each end of the court. At almost all levels of competition, the top of the rim is exactly 10 feet (3.05 m) above the court and 4 feet (1.2 m) inside the baseline. your name
  5. 5. BACKBOARD • A backboard is a piece of basketball equipment. It is a raised vertical board with a basket attached. It is made of a flat, rigid piece of material, often plexi glass. It is usually rectangular as used in NBA, NCAA and international basketball.. your name
  6. 6. BACKBOARD • Size of a basketball backboard Width: 6 feet (72 inches) Height: 3.5 feet (42 inches) Size of a basketball rim The diameter of the rim is 18” your name
  7. 7. BACKBOARD your name
  8. 8. BACKBOARD PADDING your name
  9. 9. BASKET NET The net shall be made by a white cord shall be: 1. Suspended from the ring 2. Manufactured so they check the ball momentarily as it pass through the basket. your name
  10. 10. BASKET NET 3. No less than 400 mm. and no more 450 in length 4.Manufactured with 12 loops to attach it to the ring. your name
  11. 11. BASKET NET 5. The upper section of the net shall be semi-rigid to prevent: The net from rebounding up through over the ring, creating possible etanglement. The ball from becoming trapped in the net or rebounding back out of the net. your name
  12. 12. THE BALL CIRCUMFERENCE – between 75 and 78 cm. (29.5 and 30.25 inches) WEIGHT – 600 and 650 grams. (20 and 22 oz). AIR PRESSURE – around 8 lbs. your name
  13. 13. THE BALL The ball is round and the outer casing should be either Leather, Rubber or other suitable Synthetic materials your name
  14. 14. THE BALL your name
  15. 15. CLOTHING Players each team should wear the same outfits which must not clash with the opposing team and wear a numbered shirt and no two players in the same team should wear the same number. Players are numbered between 4 and 15. your name
  16. 16. MENS BASKETBALL SHOES your name
  17. 17. WOMENS SHOES your name
  18. 18. CLOTHING  Loose-fitting shorts for mobility, and sleeveless vests are the standard attire.  Basketball shoes should be rubber-soled and with protected ankle supports, although these are not necessary.  Most important of all, make sure your clothing is comfortable. It is important to wear towelled socks; and it is not a bad idea to buy a pair of shoes a little too big to enable you to wear two pairs of socks which will reduce the risk of blistering. your name
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  20. 20. GAME CLOCK This is a clock that runs whenever the ball is in play, and stops whenever the ball goes out of bounds or when a fool is committed. Goal Tending . Game Clock Operation — Last Minutes of Play/Field Goal. The clock stops after a successful field goal. your name
  21. 21. GAME CLOCK your name
  22. 22. Game Clock  Shows how much time remains in the game. Give-and-go: A fundamental offensive play in which a player passes to a teammate, then cuts to the basket and receive a quasi- immediate return pass for an open layup or dunk.  Tracks remaining game time. Regulation play in the NBA is divided into 12 minute quarters (10 minutes in the WNBA. College games are split into 20 minute halves Give and Go. your name
  23. 23. SCOREBOARD > is a large board for publicly displaying the score in a game or match. Most levels of sport from high school and above use at least one scoreboard for keeping score, measuring time, and displaying statistics. your name
  24. 24. FOUR-SIDED SCOREBOARDS your name
  25. 25. SINGLE –SIDED SCOREBOARD your name
  26. 26. SPECTATORS LINE your name
  27. 27. FUNCTION AND POSITIONS OF PLAYER 4.. Skilled rebounder your name
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  29. 29. FUNCTION AND POSITIONS OF PLAYER 1. POINT GUARD – This player is typically the best dribbler and passer on the team. The point guard is sometimes called the floor general, which indicates the key role that the point guard plays. 2. Shooting guard - The shooting guard, also called the two guard, is typically a team's best outside shooter on the team. This player flanks the point guard and moves around the court to try to create some space to take a shot that is uncontested by the opposition. your name
  30. 30. FUNCTION AND POSITIONS OF PLAYER • 3. Small forward - The small forward is typically a better outside shooter than a power forward and is usually smaller than a power forward. • 4. Power forward - The power forward is usually near the basket and moves from one side of the basket to the other to try to get free from the opposition player that is guarding him. Power forwards also are skilled rebounders. your name
  31. 31. FUNCTION AND POSITIONS OF PLAYER 5.Center - is the tallest player on the team. The center's role is to establish a position near the basket to allow him/herself an easy jump shot. On defense, the center attempts to block shots and grab rebounds. your name
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