in basketball, there aren't offense players and defense player. everybody on the team knows how to play offense and defense
5 people on offense and 5 people on defense.
Fran Webster has written: 'Basketball's amoeba defense' -- subject(s): Basketball, Coaching, Defense, History, Offense
The two sides of basketball are called offense and defense. On offense the team protects the ball and tries to convert a basket. On defense the team guards the ball and tries to stop the other team from scoring.
the same thing it means in every other sport mamao
5 people on offense and defense, they have to be the same players, and if you want to substitute someone, you have to wait for the next dead ball
All players in basketball play both offense and defense.
No, offense is not more important than defense in basketball. There will be nights where your shot will be off, and it will seem like nothing is falling for you. As a player you can't control whether the shots are falling...but you CAN control whether your defense is good or not. Defensive intensity can be regulated, but the number of shots that will fall in the game cannot be controlled. Defense will always be present.
An antonym for defense is offense.
offense wins battles, defense wins games