There is no connection between a basketball player's number and the position he or she plays.
Positions are not based solely on height, but generally the tallest player is used as a guard.
Well, yes they can. But its most likely in the NBL that they probably stay in their own positions.
A basketball player is a person who plays basketball, especially professionally.
center (a player position)
Point Guard. 2 Shooting guards. Post. Foward.
Basically all the positions, but mostly center, power forward, small forward, and sometimes shooting guard (depends on the player for SG) do most of the rebounding.
There is no position with w, but w could mean wing which is a guard
Silverio - forward
Traditionally the Center position is played by the tallest player.
Yes, it can be an adverb. e.g. They moved forward. It can also be an adjective (a forward position, or a person who is forward). In basketball, a forward is a player, a noun.
You can either drive it, pass it, or shoot it
forward centre it is actually cf not fc
Of course, the person that invented basketball which was James Naismith.
Miss Sharapova is a tennis player. She plays singles, so she does not have a position. Positions are for team sports.
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A basketeer is a person who makes baskets, or a basketball player.
depends on the position and team and where they play
you stay in one position and dont guard a single player