man to man defence!
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
Travelling, three second violation (both offense and defense), palming the ball
It would give you a fell for the other team's stars, bench play, players, and how they play offense and they defend
When the offensive team has eight seconds to get the ball down to the other half side of the court to play offense.
It's called playing defense.
Offense is when your team has th ball and trying to score. Defense is when you are trying to prevent the other team from scoring.
If it's a violation on the defense, the other team keeps the ball and they just inbound the ball again. If it's a violation on offense, the other team gets the ball.
It depends on that countries language.
the ten second rule in basketball is called when the offense (team with the ball) has not yet crossed half court on to the other side within the ten second time limit. The National Basketball Association changed this rule to the "8 second rule", where as the name suggests, an offensive player must cross the ball passed the half court line 8 seconds after gaining possession.
Tripping is when a player interacts with the other player and trip the player with the ball. And then the foul will be called.
Basically, on offense, you have to dribble the ball down to your side of the court and find a way to get the ball down to the goal and shoot and make it in the basket. On defense, you have to stop the other team from shooting the ball into the basket. If you steal the ball you go back to what I told you to do on offense.
Lithuanians are crazy about basketball! There will soon be a movie about Lithuanian basketball, called "The other dream team." You can view the trailer of the film in the related links section below.
One of the foulsin basketball is a tech foul this is called when coach is abusive to players of other team the other coach or the refs. The other is just called a foul which is just called when you foul the person with the ball Or there is holding when you hold one of the players or grab there arm or something.
Yes, there are usually several assistant coaches on a basketball team. These coaches can be in charge of offense, defense, shooting, playmaking, and other parts of the game. The Washington team in the NBA has an assistant coach in charge of free throw shooting.
The first women's basketball team was located at Smith College, an all women's school in 1892. After this point, basketball gained popularity at other schools.
yes, other wise it would be called false start on the offense....5-yard penalty.
I wouldn't know about any other organization than the NBA, but there is an NBA team called the Toronto Raptors.
1- To contribute directly or indirectly to the scoring with the basketball for your team (Offense) 2- To contribute to a team effort of preventing the other team from scoring (Defense)3- Repeat until the game is overIts a weird question but I hope it answers what you were asking
NBA Basketball is an association called the National Basketball Association. In it people play basketball in a season on one of the 30 teams. The teams verse each other at one of their home courts. (Each team has there own court with the team name painted in the middle.)
the football is not served like in tennis or volleyball, one team kicks it off the other to start the game. then it is much like basketball where the offense attempts to keep the ball until they score.
No. Basketball is a noun. It may be used as a noun adjunct with other nouns (basketball coach, basketball court).