2 Guards, 2 Forwards, 1 Center
posts(centers), guards(wings) and points... usually there is 2 posts, 2 guards, and 1 point in at a time
There are no right and kleft guards in basketball. There is a Shooting guard and a Point Guard
Point Guard. 2 Shooting guards. Post. Foward.
The soccer equivalent to Basketball Guards would be a Forward or a Striker.
There are only 2 types of passes in basketball, a chest pass and a bounce pass
No, in basketball players do not wear shin guards. Some leaugues do require knee pads though.
There are 5 players on the court. 2 guards, 2 forwards, and a center.
2 a point guard or PG and a shooting guard or SG.
Foul and violation.
5 are allowed.................. Usually 2 guards, 1 pointguard, and 2 post players............
There are several different types of teeth grinding guards. Some of the different types of teeth grinding guards are: guards worn during sleep, and guards worn while playing sports.
5 players are on the court at a time. 2 guards 2 fowards 1 center. Its called a game not a match.
yes they do it is for safety
point guard and shooting guard
5 players...3 guards, 2 fowards
The two types of guards are the point guard and the shooting guard, and the two different types of forwards are small forwards and power forwards.
Each team has 5 players for a total of ten. Each typically has a Center, 2 Forwards and 2 Guards.
Basketball is played with 5 men on each side. Usually there are 2 guards, 2 forwards, and one center. The two guards are called the point guard (called the 1) and the shooting guard (called the 2). The two forwards are called the small forward (called the 3) and the power forward (called the 4). The center is known as the 5.