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4 Pass Drill - Pennsylvania Uni Women
1 - rebounds and outlet to 2 and then runs the floor for a lay up
2 - passes to 3 down the sideline ...

This pass is great for players wanting to get the ball over smaller or close-marking opponents.
Be careful when using this pass because it is easy for a defender to protect the area directly above them and intercept the ball.

How to pass the basketball in the Opportunity Offense
Three basic basketball passes need to be practiced in order to properly execute this half-court basketball offense; however, in emergencies, a player can pitch the ball in a variety of unusual ways.

2 Ball Pass / 2 Man Shot Basketball Drill
This drill is from our Offseason Workout product coming out very soon.
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Pass from 1 to 2, 1 cuts with the help of
the screen set by by center 4 to the basket.
The moment 1 passes the freethrow line 3 takes the guard position.

bounce ~
1. This is a type of ~ in basketball that must bounce at least once before it reaches its intended receiver.

Sell the fake. Whether it's a ~ fake or a shot fake, it is up to the shooter to sell the fake in order to gain the advantage to drive the lane.
Good ball handling skills when receiving the ~, and when going on the dribble to beat the shadow player.
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If you have a team that can run well, you should investigate the Primary/Secondary Break: ~ Option Attack video tape authored by Jamie Angeli, Administrative Assistant to Steve Lavin at UCLA. Coach Angeli has a very straight forward teaching style that is logical and easy to follow.

This players slap on the ball starts the drill and is a signal for the player in the middle to cut towards him to receive a ~ from him.
The middle player cuts towards the ~er, receives the ~ that is thrown to him and completes a legal stop(jump stop or one two stop).

~ to the Wing
See diagram B below. O1 passes to O2. X2 immediately sprints over and closes out on the ball (O2). O1 drops to defend the high post (free-throw line). If O2 begins to dribble, X3 quickly sprints out and double-teams O2, along with X2.

~ & catch on the move
Lead to get open
Pivot (both feet, both pivots)
Non-dribble moves (ball & foot fakes)
On-side and crossover moves
Use of dribble to penetrate or create a ~
Post feed
Catch and shoot
1 dribble jump shot
2 dribble jump shot ...

~ away from the defense. Always know where the defense is, and ~ away from it. Use two-handed grip as a ~er.
Play under control. Don't have your mind made up about what you want to do. Read the numbers and take what the defense gives you in an organized and controlled matter.

~ On The Break
~ing the ball is always faster than dribbling. Always look to ~ the ball up the floor first before deciding to take off with the dribble.
Shot Selection ...

The ~ing of the ball, either using a chest or bounce ~, to turn over possesion of the ball to a teammate.
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~ and Cut
Two lines: post players on the block and guards on the same side wing. Have post players take turns posting each other up.

~: To give the ball to a teammate.
~er: The player who passes the ball to a teammate.
Period: Any quarter, half or overtime segment.

~: When a player throws the ball to a teammate. Used to transfer possession of the ball from one player to another.

An intentional throw to a teammate.
The player who passes the ball to a teammate.

~-An action when a player throws or bounces the ball to a teammate.
Pick-An action where a stationary offensive player stops a defensive player from defending a player with the ball.

~: When one player throws the ball to another player.
Penalty Situation: Related to Over the Limit. This is when a team is out of fouls. If they can't foul anymore without the other team shooting free throws, it is a Penalty Situation.

Air ~: A ~ that goes straight through the air to the receiver.
And one: The free throw awarded to a shooter who is fouled as they score.
Assist: A ~ thrown to a player who immediately scores.

Push ~ - Used to ~ through or past a defender who is guarding closely.
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Entry ~- An inbounds ~ or a ~ made to initiate the offense.
Fast Break- An offensive strategy in which a team advances the ball quickly up the court to score an easy basket.
Field Goal- A successful attempt at a shot.

Chest ~ - A two-handed ~ thrown from the chest.
Chin the Ball - When a rebounder secures the ball, she should come down with elbows out and the ball protected under her chin.

Push ~ - A ~ used to ~ through or past a defender who is guarding closely.
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Bounce ~ - In this ~, the basketball bounces about two-thirds of the way from the ~er to the receiver.
Carry the ball - similar to traveling. When a basketball player moves with the ball without properly dribbling it.

Bounce ~ - A ~ made by skipping the ball off the court to a teammate.

Outlet ~ - first ~ of a defensive team after a rebound
Out-of-bounds - a player or the ball if they / it touch the floor outside the side or end lines ...

Bounce ~: A ~ thrown by a player to a teammate that bounces on the floor.
Box out: Use your body to stay between an opponent and the basket and thus get into better position for a rebound.
Bunny: An open, uncontested shot, usually a layup or dunk. Also: snowbird.

~ and screen away: Players ~ to one side of the court and seek to screen for players on the opposite side of the court. The hope is to create spacing and driving lanes to basket.
Back screen: Players in the key seek to screen players on the wing and open them up for basket cuts.

When a ~er throws the ball to a teammate; used to start plays, move the ball downcourt, keep it away from defenders and get it to a shooter.
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~ the ball to a player and let her ~ it to another.The reciever holds the ball for a short while.It must be long enough to let the defense have a short workout.
The offensive player passes to another offensive player.The defenders close out fast,with hands up ,yelling ball,ball,ball.

~: when a player throws the ball to a teammate
Period: any quarter, half or overtime segment
Perimeter: the area beyond the foul circle away from the basket, including 3-point line ...

Ball Handling Tip #11: With 2 hands, make a bounce ~ between your legs from front to back and catch the ball with 2 hands behind you. Then bounce the ball through your legs from the back to the front, and catch the ball in front of your body. This is a good drill for body awareness.

"The ~ is a very powerful team builder; whereas the dribble can destroy the spirit of teams and crack the foundation of team play" - Kevin Eastman ...

If you ~ the ball to someone that is also out of bounds then it would be a turnover and your team would lose the ball. so the answer is no you can not ~ the ball to some…one that is out of bounds.

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Players ~ the ball to one another, or run with the ball while bouncing it on the ground.
The aim of the game is to throw the ball through the hoop.

The last ~ to a teammate that leads directly to a field goal; the scorer must move immediately toward the basket for the ~er to be credited with an assist; only 1 assist can be credited per field goal.
Turnovers (TO) ...

Catching a ~ When Closely Guarded
Move - take a step to meet the ball... Stopping - use a "One-Two Stop" with the inside foot as the pivot foot... Turning - make a front turn to see the basket... Body - stays low... Feet - step at, around, over or through the defense... Arms - protect the ball...

Assist: A ~ that, once received, is immediately shot and scored. Awarded to the player who passes the ball.
Blocked shot: A shot that a defender prevents from scoring by deflecting the ball.

~ fake: See ball fake.
~ing lane: An imaginary line from the player with the ball to a teammate. If a defender is in the way, the ~ing lane is closed.
Personal foul: A penalty assessed on a player who commits an illegal action.
Pick: See screen.

Assist: A ~ to a team-mate that directly leads to a basket.
Attendance: Number of spectators (sold tickets).
Biggest scoring run: Biggest margin of consecutive points scored by a team without any points from opponent.

A ~ that leads directly to a basket.
Assist to turnover ratio
The ration between assists distributed by a player and the turnovers he's responsible for. Displayed 3/1..the higher the first number (assists), the better.

Under FIBA rules, a ~ is only classified as an Assist if the player who receives it immediately intends to Shoot the ball, ...

Alley-oop: A high arc ~ to a teammate in a position near the basket to leap and score.
Alternating-possession rule: A rule in which teams take turns possessing the ball after stopped plays.
Assist: A ~ that sets up a score.

A single dribble erases one of your three options (dribble, ~, shoot) fast and allows the defense to close in on you.
~ING: The skill of sending the ball to a teammate, whether through the air or with a bounce.

Players routinely pivot to shoot or ~. What is not so obvious is that all moves, most fakes, and driving to the basket all depend on the ability to pivot. Poor pivoters do not have moves and cannot drive well to the basket.You must be able to pivot forward and backward using either foot.

Chest ~: motion using 2 hands and passed from chest level.
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"cut to the basket" = running or streaking towards the basket looking to receive a ~ for an easy scoring opportunity
'got him in the air' = faking a shot and getting the defender to leave his/her feet ...

This is something we went back and forth on as we designed the drill, but ultimately decided that the ~ and cut layer is very easy for players to pick up and that this drill does not hinder their mastery of the habit.

Sometimes I have them ~ four times before shooting, I use two man games, for example: the baseline guy will come up and screens, then the wing guys cuts to the basket, or have the wing guy go down set a screen for the baseline guy who can pop open for a shot, ...

However, players were required to ~ the ball and could not shoot after bouncing it. This single dribble amounted to a ~ more than a dribble since the ball had to be tossed higher than a player's head and then recovered.

Assist is similar to a ~ but is one of those ~ that are credited and attributed to the player's statistics as APG or assists per game. A ~ resulting in a field goal does not necessarily become credited as an assist as it requires some judgment involved.

Also known as the "Houdini of the Hardwood," Cousy bedazzled fans with his backward ~, twice-around ~, and behind-the-back dribble. For those who admire long-range bombers, there was none better than Jerry West, who filled it up from the corner, the top of the key, and Section 3, Row 8.

The last ~ before a basket isn't automatically an assist... a ~ to a guard standing out on the three-point line who fakes seven times before shooting might not get credit in the eyes of one scorer, but might in the eyes of another.

Basketball's Weave Offense - A weave is simply a consecutive series of: (A) a dribble drive over a pick followed by a ~ by the ball handler to a teammate, (B) the ~er following the ~ to set a pick for ... read the entire Basketball Weave Offense article with diagram.
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Bobby Knight hHe states " The player should ~ away from the defense rather than to the offensive
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Class 1 - significant loss of stability in the trunk so that (for example) the player would need to hold onto the chair (or wheel) with one hand whilst making a one handed ~ or reaching for a rebound etc.

Crossover: variation of dribbling, where the ball changes hands in order to ~ a direct opponent.
Layup: a particular shooting technique, done mid-run, after a series of two steps without dribbling which place the player in a position to jump close to the net during their shot.

Alley-oop: a variant of the slam dunk, where a player takes a ~ from his/her team-mate, catches the ball mid-air, and immediately scores a basket.
Buzzer beater: a shot made just before the buzzer sounds to signal the end of a quarter or match.

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Assisted field goal percentage: Used primarily for teams, assisted field goal percentage tells us how often a team's scoring opportunities were facilitated by a ~. What percentage of shots were created by an assist?

If you were never taught proper throwing technique, this can prove to be quite difficult. Although you might never pitch in the majors, there are things anyone can do to improve the velocity of your throws. You can apply these techniques to your own workout or ~ them along when practicing with ...

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

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

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