yes when jumping for a basketball the team player jumping faces their basketball hoop..
Yes it is. Some may claim that it is a offensive foul, but one can 'stiff arm' the defender to a certain degree. The refs will call it if the 'stiff arm' was somehow unfair or too much.
you cant hold the puck (unless your the goaltender)no high sticking (above the waist)no cross checking (hitting them in the numbers)no tripping etc. stuff like that...icing: when the defensive team hits the puck into the offensive teams end from behind the center line and it goes past the offensive teams goal line. If the defensive player touches the puck first, play goes on and if the offensive player touches it first they then call icing which means that they offensive team gets to switch their players but the defensive team does not and they have to bring the puck back to the defensive side and have a face off there.Off-side: when the offensive team is carrying the puck into the opponents zone but a player crosses the blue line before the puck does. They then stop the play and they have a face off.If a player is on a break away and is tripped up by another player on the other team they get a penalty shot.Two line pass: When a player passes the puck from his defending zone to a teammate beyond the red center line.hope that helps:)
The referee has the right to smack that player in the face
not me ^_^
The nature of a basketball is the wind and you :)................................................in your face!
In ice hockey, icing is called when the puck is shot into the team's offensive zone and crosses both the center line and goal line (but the puck does not enter the net) without toughing a player or their stick. This results in a face-off in the team's defensive zone.
The penalty is 15 yards if the referees think the face mask was grabbed intentionally and 5 yards if they think it was incidental.
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Offsides, resulting in a face off taking place outside of the previous attack zone.
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your face is used to deflect the ball
Washing your hands and face is a defensive reaction. it help defend your body against infection by pathogens.
no its not as long as there is not any illegal contact
Watching basketball involves your eyes and a tv playing reqires a face and your mo
yep. hitting somebody in the face with it, or traveling, or shooting.
"Face guarding" is a defensive strategy often used by upper-level lacrosse teams that scout their opposition. The general concept is to identify the opposing team's best player (i.e. their highest scorer, or playmaker) and then assign a player to guard them as heavily as possible, to ensure that he or she doesn't touch the ball to exacerbate and take advantage of the other teams reliance on that player
injuries to the face, hand, legs, ankle, shoulder, and feet.
they wear Riddell Revolution and get the face mask with alot of bars or the face mask with a bar going through the middle of the face mask like the raiders offensive lineman Robert Gallery
Michael JordanAlthough retired, Michael Jordan comes in as the richest basketball player ever, earning an estimated $45 million each year. In addition to being the face of Nike, with his brand topping $1 billion annually, the basketball legend is also part owner of the Charlotte Bobcats.
It can affect the shot's accuracy. If you are unbalanced, your shot will most likely not be straight, unless you anticipate the shot. You have the most control over the ball in your shooting stance. I prefer to face the basket with one foot slightly ahead of the other.
Spike it at their face.
You could tell by the child's face that basketball was his favorite sport.
A towel to wipe your face and a bottle of water to drink