point guard, shooting guard, small forward, power forward, and center!!
Womens basketball has the same positions and rules as mens basketball. Guard, forward, center etc..
Three common basketball positions are guard forward and center.
Various Positions was created in 1984-06.
The 5 positions in basketball are, Point Guard, Shooting Guard, Center, Small Forward, and Power Forward.
There are five total positions that can be played:Point GuardShooting GuardSmall ForwardPower ForwardCenter
Typically in younger kids games the positions are Point Guard, Wing, Wing, Post, Post. But with NBA and leagues like that, they are, Point Guard, Shooting Guard, Power Forward, Small Forward, and Center
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point guard, forward and centre
The Positions for Basketball are: PointGuard, Center, Small forward, Power forward, and Shooting guard
There are no specific defense positions. Depending on where the coach wants you to stand, that is where your position will be. By means of guards and forwards, there are the same positions as on offense.
There are three main positions on a basketball team. There is the guard, the forward, and the center. However, modern basketball breaks this down further to the point guard, the shooting guard, the power forward, the small forward, and the center.
The starting positions in basketball are Point Guard (aka The 1), Shooting Guard (the 2), Small Forward (the 3), Power Forward (the 4) and Center (the 5).
ALL OF THE POSITIONS ON THE BASKETBALL COURT IS 1. POINT GUARD 2. SHOOTING GUARD 3. SMALL FORWARD 4. POWER FORWARD 5. CENTER
The three basketball positions normally employed by organized basketball teams are the guards, forwards, and the center. More specifically, they can be classified into the five positions: point guard (PG), shooting guard (SG), small forward (SF), power forward (PF), and center (C). The rules of basketball do not mandate them, and in informal games they are sometimes not used.
Point Gaurd Post Forward
center/forward - it stands for two positions