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End line - the boundary line behind each basket; also called the baseline.

End Line - Also caled the baseline. This line extends across both ends of the court behind the baskets.
Basketball Glossary - F
Fade Cut - A cut used by an offensive player coming off a screen when the defender is is a sagging position.

End Line: The line that marks where the end of the court begins and ends. After a team makes a basket the other team takes the ball out of bounds at the end line. The end line is 49.2 feet long or 15 meters. This is the width of a basketball court.

End line:
See ‘baseline'.
Established position:
When a defensive player has both feet firmly planted on the floor before an offensive player's head and shoulder get past him; the offensive player who runs into such a defender is charging.

End line -See BASELINE.
Fadeaway jumper -A JUMP SHOT taken while the shooter is moving away from the BASKET.

~: the line behind each basket; also called the baseline.
Fast break: it begins with a defensive rebound by a player who immediately sends a pass toward midcourt to his waiting teammates; ...

An ~ play opening mutiple oppurtunities for an easy score.
Player 1 jumps to the three point line for the easy 3pointer.
Player 3 flashes high and then back to the low post that 1 has left.

At the ~ the player with the ball in this case player 2 puts the ball down to the floor.
Player 1 and 3 touch the ~ and player 3 get the ball.
3 ...

- Stand at an ~ with your legs together.
- With your arms at your sides, bend your knees until you are in a half-squat.
- Jump out as far and as high as you can, thrusting out your arms and straightening your body.

Elbow: The corner made by the intersection of the free throw line and the lane line. Each lane area has two elbows.
~: See baseline.
Entry: Beginning of a play. Can be used for Continous-, Set- and Special plays.

The area within the ~s and sidelines of the court; also the act of bringing the ball into this area by means of a throw-in.
Inbounds Pass
A pass used on the throw-in.

(4) will run to the ~, reverse and run to the other end.
(5) will run, rebound the ball and pass to (1).
6 ...

backcourt: the area from the midcourt line to the ~ furthest from the offense's basket. ball handler: the player with the ball; usually the point guard at the start of a play.

Baselines: Also known as "~s", the boundary lines extending across both ends of the court behind the baskets.
Baseline Pass: A player passes the ball single-handedly to a cutter advancing toward the basket.

Also called the "~." baseline out-of-bounds play The play used to return the ball to the court from outside the baseline along the opponent's basket. basket cut A cut toward the basket. bench (1) Substitutes sitting on the sideline, (2) The bench or chairs they sit on.

The other person has to be behind the same ~ as the original person taking it out of bounds. It is just like running the ~ with the ball after a made basket. As a coach, I have used this before to get the ball inbounds when the other team is pressing.

DR6 - Dribble Suicide - Spread out across the sideline or ~. Dribble to the first line, return to starting point, dribble to the next line, return, etc.

Put a player at each ~, one at each free throw line and another at mid court. Have those players relay the ball from one ~ to the other and back again. To do so take EIGHT passes.

EXCEPTION: After a field goal or free throw as a result of a personal foul, the thrower-in may run the ~ or pass to a teammate behind the ~.

3 offensive players on the ~... a player at the free throw line passes the ball to an offensive player,
now the offensive has to get the ball past half court with NO DRIBBLE... the offense must stay in their lanes ( the half court is divided into 3 lanes) there is NO 10 second call, ...

Lane (or the Paint): The painted area from the ~ under the basket to the free-throw line. (Offensive players can not be in the lane more than three seconds - this is called a three second violation) ...

Lane: The painted area between the ~ and the free-throw line near each basket, outside which players line up for free throws. Also known as the key, because in the early years it was key-shaped. It was twice widened to its present rectangular shape.

Baseline: The line that marks the playing boundary at each end of the court. Also called the "~."
Baseline out-of-bounds play: The play used to return the ball to the court from outside the baseline along the opponent's basket.
Basket cut: A cut toward the basket.

Out-of-bounds - a player or the ball if they / it touch the floor outside the side or ~s
Rebound - when a player grabs a ball that is coming off the rim or backboard after a shot attempt. Also offensive rebound and defensive rebound depending which team gets the ball ...

The shooter starts on the opposite side of the court on the same ~ as the passer. When the passer starts his dribble, the shooter sprints down the floor taking an appropriate angle toward the basket. He/she catches the pass and takes it in for a lay-up.

Running the drill:
The four offensive players line up on the ~, while the four defensive players line up at the level of the free throw line.

The Penalty for a personal foul is a throw-in from the sideline or ~ by the opposition.

2. Shooting Foul ...

The sidelines are the two boundaries lines running the length of the court. Their location is determined by the width of the court, which is normally 50 feet wide. Along with Baseline and ~ they establish the size of the playing area.

Baseline/Endline ...

See also: See also: What is the meaning of Basket, Basketball, Ball, Shot, Court?

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