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SECTION ONE: Analysis Of Performance BASKETBALL Contents Page * Rules and Regulations * Terminology and Tactics * Analysis and Evaluation * The Perfect Model * Planning and Training Rules and Regulations. Rules of The NBA (BritishBasketballLeague) RULES OF THE PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL GAME Scoring A basket scored during normal play is called a Field Goal, and is worth 2-points. A shot executed from behind the base-line (a 6.5m arc), is rewarded with 3-points as recognition for the extra effort needed. When fouls are commited the referee may decide to award a free-throw to the fouled player, and for each free-throw (taken from a distance of 4.6m from the basket) actually made 1-point is awarded. Time At a proffessional level, each match is split-up into four quarters each consisting of 10mins, with a two minute gap between the 1st and 2nd quarters followed by a fifteen minute interlude (during which a half-time show is usually performed), and finally another two minute gap between the 3rd and 4th quarters. ...read more.

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Once a fifth foul is commited in a single quarter, the opposing side is awarded free throws (the exact number depends on the referee and the particular situation). Free Throws A free throw is awarded when a player is fouled in the act of shooting, a team has commited five or more fouls in any one quarter, or a Teachnical or unsportsman-like foul is commited. A player is awarded two shots unless... a) He made the shot. In which case he recieves points for his and one bonus throw. b) The player was shooting a three point shot before being fouled. In which case he will be awarded Three free throws. c) A technical foul was called against a player. In which case one free throw and possesion from the half way line is rewarded. Violations Other rule infractions are called violations. These are punished with the posession being passed to the other team. Either at the side or end line. Violations include... a) Running with the ball without dribbling. b) ...read more.

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This has mainly come about as this style of shooting (if well executed), gives the attacker a clear veiw of the rim as well as that vital split-second to out-play the opponent in this fast-paced game. Below are examples of the correct way to perform a jump shot... In order to attain this faultless shot, there are a number of well-known steps that need to be followed to the letter. These steps are listed and illustrated below: The players known to perform this shot with the highest accuracy & consistency are Shaqueil O'Neill (NBA), Kobe Bryant (NBA), Tim Duncan (NBA), and all of the American NBA. Planning and Training Basketball is a sport which not only involves, but consists mainly of high impact actions as well as constantly being on the move (usually running the length an breadth of the court whilst criss-crossing in between). Due to the high levels of stress placed upon the entire body, the training programmes required in order to attain as high a level of performance on those important days, will need to prepare the players body sufficiently so as to prevent over-exhaustion. ...read more.

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