Introduction to basketball


Basketball is a sport played by two teams, usually of five or more players. Each team has five players on the basketball court at any time. The goal is to score more points than the other team, and the points are scored on a basketball ball (or basket) that is 10 meters from the ground. The two teams shoot at opposite ends. In order to move the ball in possession, the player has to kick the ball or kick the ball

. The most common scenario is a two-point game in which the player gets two points to place the basket from anywhere in the "3-point line" while the ball is in play. The semicircular line (the three-point line) indicates the area beyond which a player's basket will be awarded three points for the shot. A player gets a point after successfully casting a free throw or a foul shot.

During the game, the referees monitor the game and make mistakes from players who are illegally interfering with the game during the game. For example, if someone fired a player in the other team while shooting a shot, they would call an irregularity. In this situation, the shooter can freely throw away from the irregular line while being unguarded. Some examples of bugs you can call basketball:

  • Blocker
  • Charge
  • Hooking
  • shoving
  • Over-the-back

In addition to any irregularities, players may be penalized for any other violations of the basketball rules, such as a trip that occurs when a player moves several balls without dribbling or shot. Such breaches result in traffic where the ball is handed over to the other team.

Defensive way, there are some opportunities for a team to get the basketball to get points. As a result of offensive fouls (eg Charging), the defending team wins the ball. Forced traffic, for example when an offensive team travels or throws a ball out of bounds, also results in a defensive team getting the ball. If the offense fails the shot and the defense fails the missed shot, the defending team becomes a criminal offense. In addition, the defense may steal the bullet from the offense (without damage).

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