Basketball guards are usually responsible to bring the ball forward from the end of the court towards the basket they are trying to score points in. Soccer midfielders are usually responsible to bring the ball forward from the end of the pitch where their own goal is located towards the end where they are trying to score goals. They also tend to initiate and direct much of the play and are normally some of the fastest members of the team - like basketball guards. Also, like basketball guards, they tend to play closer to the middle of the pitch (or, in the case of guards, court) than the other players.
The soccer equivalent to Basketball Guards would be a Forward or a Striker.
No, in basketball players do not wear shin guards. Some leaugues do require knee pads though.
No, a center is one position in basketball. There are two forwards (small and power) and two guards for a total of five players on each team.
2 Guards, 2 Forwards, 1 Center
Yes they do because some of these basketball players may be elbowed or hit not considering that their teeth could break
It really depends on what position you play. Shorter players should be guards, average-tall players should be forwards and centres should be tall.
i think its the fowards or the guards
There are 5 players on the court. 2 guards, 2 forwards, and a center.