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.
In basketball, the defensive team is the team that does not have the ball, and is trying to prevent the team with the ball from scoring. The team with the ball trying to score is the offensive team. Both teams competing will play offense and defense, alternating with each successful basket scored.
yes there is difference
offensive= non-provoked attack defensive= protecting oneself from harm while possibly injuring another
A defensive ends job is to contain the outside for running backs, or pressuring the quarterback. A defensive tackles job is plow through the offensive line and sack the quarterback.
because they are all one
Full Court Press is a basketball term for a defensive style in which the defense applies man to man or zone defense to pressure the offensive team the entire length of the court before and after the inbound pass.Defenses not employing a full court press generally allow the offensive team to get halfway down the court (a half court press) or near the basket before applying strong defensive pressure.*Hope this helps*
The difference between them is a girls basketball is not as heavy as a boys basketball!
This is a big difference= A defensive back is actually a player who, instead of rushing the carrier, stays back and covers the receiving offense. The defensive back is not always defensive. Say the defensive team is running the ball. The defense will want to blitz, sending the defensive back through the defensive line. A safety is actually a rule. When the offensive team is making a play, if the runner is tackled inside their own endzone, a safety is called. This means that the offensive team MUST punt the ball to the defense.
It is A RUSH that creates the most space between an offensive player and a defensive player.
volleyball uses a volleyball and basketball uses a basketball.
there is no difference
On the line of scrimmage opposit the offensive linemen. He can line up between the offensive linemen or directly in front of them.