A fast break in Basketball is the ability of a player or team, once they have the rebound or a steal, to move swiftly down the court and score. This is generally done when, lets say Johkim Noah, gets a rebound and sees Derrick Rose open down court and no one is in front of him, he passes Rose the ball and Rose scores, that is an example of a fast break.
A slow break, on the otherhand, is the exact oposite. It is a player or team, taking their time to get the ball down court and score.
break is like (if you pull to hard on this you will break it) and brake is (your going to fast you need to brake)
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In basketball and handball, the fast break is considered an offensive strategy
Todd Davis has written: 'Ripe' 'Fast break to line break' -- subject(s): Basketball, Poetry, Sports 'Fast break to line break' -- subject(s): Basketball, Poetry, Sports
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A fast break is when a team tries to dribble the ball to their basket as quickly as possible to try and score before the other team has time to assemble.
fast-breaks are needed in basketball to get a fast break you need to be quick hence the word ''fast''. you also need to be quick in basketball because when your team scores you need to run back into defence before your opponent over takes you.
The fast-break offensive style offers fast movement from one part of the court to another and a chance for scoring. Slow-break offensive style calls fo more thoughtful action: players maneuver carefully in order to shot in this type of offense.
Frank Keaney, the University of Rhode Island's first basketball coach. That is why the URI Rams' nickname is the "Running Rams"
The difference is fast colors won't "bleed" their color and the non fast will.