Post Tagged with: "basketball"

by / on August 12, 2011 at 11:00 am / in Basketball

The ‘6th Sense’ of Basketball

Basketball is a strategic game which certainly involves having an additional sense other than vision, touch, smell, sound and taste. The 6th sense in basketball in a way is dividing into two: An Acquired Basketball Sense where a player knows what to do in offense and defense prior to practice drills and training; and an Inherent Basketball Sense where a […]

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by / on August 10, 2011 at 11:00 am / in Basketball, Motivation

Michael Jordan’s Basketball Motivational Quotes

What is an athlete without a few motivational quotes in his mind circling before the game; what is a sport without motivational quotes written in the looker or behind the basketball board? Here are some motivational quotes from one of the greatest in the sport. Let them be the trigger in your hand when you are aiming for the perfect […]

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by / on August 5, 2011 at 2:52 pm / in Basketball, Motivation

The Art of Rebounding

Basketball is not all about scoring. Yes, scoring points will get you the game, no doubt, but what about the things you need to do in order to score points consecutively. What a team needs is a good battle under the rim, the battle of the rebounders. A rebound is a battle for retrieving the ball in both offence and […]

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by / on July 18, 2011 at 2:37 pm / in Basketball, Motivation

Basketball Passing: The Bounce Pass

The Bounce pass is one of the difficult passes for the defense to catch. The name itself tells us that in this pass a bounce must be included. Differing from the chest pass, instead of passing the ball in a straight line towards your team mate you use the floor as an assistant… but why?

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by / on July 15, 2011 at 4:05 pm / in Basketball

Basketball Passing: The Chest Pass

This is the basic pass in basketball; the pass’s trajectory is in a straight line and therefore it is easy to be caught by the defense. So whenever you decide to use the chest pass be aware of the surroundings and the defense. Make sure it is safe to through a chest pass and there is quite enough space between […]

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