An assists is when player A passes the ball to player B and player B shoots the ball and makes a basket, resulting in player A getting the assist. However, player B does not strictly have to shoot the ball immediately. Player B can take a small step or dribble to create space for himself and then shoot. If player B takes too many dribbles or steps, an assist will not be credited to player A. Oftentimes, an assist is left up to the people running the statistics during the game, and while one person may call it an assist, another person may see it differently.
Assists in Basketball are made when one player makes a pass that results in another player scoring a basket. A player can get an assist for a pass even if the ball is dribbled after the pass but before the score. Deciding an assist is a bit of an judgment call.
Most assists, game-30, Scott Skiles, Orlando vs. Denver, 1990
You get an assist by passing the ball, and the person scores
When a player makes a great pass that sets up a teammate for a basket (that is made)
An assist in basketball is just an assist.
it means to be dead
In history.. I would say Michael Jordan or Larry Bird
I was determined to eat all of my meal. The boys on the basketball team held extra practices this week because they're determined to win the championship game. The jurors determined that Mr. Jones did not commit the crime.
points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks
a triple double in basketball is when a player has points scored, rebounds and assists in double digits - like 10,10,10
In the NCAA Division 1 it is Bobby Hurley of Duke who had 1,076 assists in 140 games.
Referring to statistics, "ast" is an abbreviation for Assists. This is when a player passes the ball to one of his teammates and they score.
The abbreviation ast in basketball means assists. It is normally listed in the stats of a player during, and after games, along with their points and rebounds.
Assists Per Game